What’s Fresh Downtown – July 14


Apples, apricots, beets, basil, beans, bell peppers, blackberries, blueberries, broccoli, bok choy, cabbage carrots, cauliflower, chard, cherries, cucumber, currants, eggplant, fennel, gooseberries, green onions, head lettuce, herbs, kale, kohlrabi, micro-greens, mushrooms, mustards, nectarines, new potatoes, peaches, peas, plums, radishesraspberries, salad mix, spinach, strawberries, tomatoes, turnips, wheatgrass, zucchini


Christina’s Garden – Christina brings her beautiful flowers to the market again this week – she is only downtown for the month of July so be sure to grab some while you can!

Golden West Farms – bringing the first certified organic fruit from the Okanagan to the downtown farmers market – it’s not to be missed!

Sull Farms – only at the market for three weeks don’t miss your chance to get your hands on these tasty berries!


Stop by the onsite food truck for a hot meat or veggie pie from Aussie Pie Guy, they make the perfect afternoon snack or light dinner after work. Grab a soup, salad or baking mix from Jennifer’s Jiffies for a day you need to save a bit of time. Pick up some all natural sunscreen from Scentimental Creations as Cheryl isn’t back downtown until September! Last but not certainly not least, pick up a bottle of wine from Forbidden Fruit Winery bringing delicious wines from the Similkameen Valley!


Get ready for BERRY FEST!  Berry-themed Food Swap (Main St Market), BC Blueberry Council on hand, Fun with Food Activities with Kids and our Annual Pie Competition! Be sure to enter soon, as we only have a few spaces available! If you’re not a baker you can taste a slice of the winning pies this Sunday at Mt. Pleasant Farmers Market!

Have you read the latest blog post from Emily Write of Well Fed, Flat Broke? Click here to find out how she turns $25 into muffins, cake, homemade Ribena, shakshuka, and whole-wheat spaghetti with romesco sauce and walnuts!

Help spread the word! Stop by the information tent and pick up a poster and some leaflets to hang up in lunchrooms, elevators, lobbies and community boards. Help the market grow by spreading the word to your colleagues and neighbours!

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Get a complete list of this week’s Downtown Market vendors here.

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