What’s Fresh at Mt Pleasant-June 4th

In Season Now   

The cold, damp spring has resulted in a slow start to the season for growers across the board; many are reporting they’re a month behind planting, crops are struggling in the wet soil, and the lack of sunshine has been slowing down production. Despite these challenges you’ll find an abundance of fresh produce and new vendors!

Produce: basil, beets,chard, cherry tomatoes, eggplant, greenhouse cucumbers, greenhouse peppers, kale, mini peppers, parsley radishes, rhubarb, salad mix, spinach,  heirloom tomatoes


Member Appreciation Day! We’re kicking the season off with MAD! VFM members will enjoy free market money transactions and discounts at various vendors around the market. Don’t forget your member cards! Need to sign up or renew your card? Swing by the market information booth and our team will be happy to help. Keep an eye out for the member special signs around the market and take advantage of some great savings!

Lita’s Mexican Foods – $1 off (8oz/235ml vegan and organic) Authentic Mexican Salsa, Potatoes (taco filling), Mexican Beans,  $1 off packages of tortillas (white or whole wheat)

A Bread Affair-$1 Organic Baguette

Georels -3 packs of Bone Broths for $40 – Mt. Pleasant (June 4, 11)

Green Coast Craft Coffee – 2 for 1 Cold Brew Iced Teas

Kiki’s Kitchen -$1 o purchase of Single Jar of Soup ($10/ea), or 3 Jars for $30

Le Bouledogue -20% o All Purchases

Tempea Natural Foods -Handmade Tempeh, $4.50 for 200g and $6 for 300g

Tien Neo Eames, jewels & spells -Tien will pay the tax on All Purchases

New Vendors!

We’ve got some brand new vendors onsite this weekend at Mount Pleasant. Lets give them a warm market welcome!

Le Bouledogue: baked goods featuring local, seasonal ingredients

El Coroto Latin Kitchen: sell a traditional dish called Arepa (dough is formed into a patty, grilled, baked, split open and stuffed with a variety of ingredients like a sandwich) Yum!

Kasama Chocolate: chocolate handmade in small batches directly from cacao beans

Kikis Kitchen: vegan soups using organic, local ingredients

Alice Savage: fermented Sauerkrauts and vegetables

Summer Market Schedules

  • Trout Lake – opens May 6, 9am-2pm – North Parking Lot, John Hendry Park
  • West End – opens May 27, 9am-2pm – 1100 Block of Comox St.
  • Mt Pleasant – opens May 28, 10am-2pm – Dude Chilling Park, 8th & Guelph
  • Main St Station – opens May 31, 2pm-6pm – Near Main St. Skytrain
  • Downtown – opens June 1, 11am-3pm – Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza
  • Riley Park – *NEW* opens June 24, 10am-2pm – 50 East 30th Ave.

Discover our six other summer market locations on our Markets Page.


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