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Our vendors: Nov. 9, 2013

The list of vendors for this coming market on Saturday, Nov. 9 is below. One of the vendors is Candy Box Creations, pictured here and taken by another vendor Matt Emberton.

NameDescription
Hummock FarmsFresh local vegetables
Ripple Trail FarmProduce, plants, flowers, baked goods, jams and pickles
Hender;s Organic Vegetable FarmVegetables and herbs grown following the ‘best practices’ of organic farming
Organic FarmSprouts, greens, summer and fall vegetables, and greenhouse crops: cucumbers, tomatoes and peppers
Olivers FarmLocal beef, poultry, pork and lamb
Jyoti PansareBaked samosas, spinach puris, and deep fried onion kachoris. Paintings, wall hangings, scarves, skirts, and papier mache bowls.
The Waffle LadyFresh waffles and homemade toppings
Multi Ethnic Food EnterpriseMulti Ethnic food from many countries around the world
Fatima KhanIndian food: meat and vegetable biryani,chick pea curry, pakora mix vegetable, butter chicken, naan, meat and vegetable samosas, baklawa and sweets
Akmaral ToryevaTraditional Turkmenian food
Dave HildHandmade, natural sourdough and sprouted grain breads
Gluten Free TreasuresGluten free, gluten/dairy free and gluten free/vegan baked goods
Megan KaneJams and cakes
Flour of ScotlandTraditional Scottish baked goods – oatcakes, tattie scones, granola and tea cakes.
Stella’s KitchenHomemade white bread, raisin bread, tea buns, sauces, knitted dishcloths, scarves
Lynette’s Crazy Good FudgeHomemade fudge
Serendipity & Here-Be-Dragonslocal jams, chutneys, salsas, marmalades, preserves with local ingredients, fresh herbs and vegetables (peppers, zucchini, lettuces), along with upcycled, found-object steampunk art
Real Food MarketOrganic juice and smoothies, organic wheatgrass, organic sprouts, organic trail mix and organic baked goods
Candy Box CreationsHigh quality chocolate (Belgian and French Chocolate)
Michelle MayHand crocheted and hand woven hats, scarves, cowls and other items
John KitchenSelf-published books and stained glass art
April’s GlassFused glass products products made with driftwood
Pick Me a RoseFabric accessories for babies, women, girls and brides and handmade home decor accessories
PgP PhotographyPhotography and hand painted silk scarves
St.John’s Soap WorksHandmande artisan soaps
Dana EvelyHand-knit items: slouch hats, fingerless mittens, gloves, scarfs, baby clothes, small toys and animal figurines (amigurumi), and baby mobiles
Foggy Rock FibresHandspun wool and exotic fibres, felted items
Woolaver CreationsRecycled silver plated cutlery creations and handmade jewellery
AvalonBelleHandmade jewelry using glass, crystals, silver, and gemstones. Specializing in hypo-allergenic earrings
My Soul To KeepHandmade jewellery and accessories inspired by travels throughout the world
Brassy Lassy JewelsJewellery using semi precious stones, sterling silver, antique bronze
Kelp Me!All-natural, locally made seaweed skin care products
OneRootAromatherapy-based natural skin care products made from high quality earths oils, butters, plants, & minerals
Boulder PublicationsBoulder publishes books by Newfoundland & Labrador authors, and topics focusing on this province.
Canada World Youth (CWY-JCM)Canada World Youth offers world-renowned international volunteer programs to youth from Canada and abroad – See more here.
 

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