Meet Your Farmer!
Share the passion for locally-grown food direct from local farmers, growers and producers. The vendors selling at the Farmers’ Market “grow it, raise it, bake it, or make it”!
Saturday Farmers’ Market
- February and March | 9 AM to 1PM | Indoors on the Market Mezzanine
- Easter through November | 8 AM to 1 PM | Outside on the Rotary Square
- December | 9 AM to 1 PM | Outside on the Rotary Square
Explore Our Outdoor Vendors
Maya’s Dog Cookies
Artisan Dog Barkery in London, Ontario. Made in small batches using local, ethically and responsibly sourced ingredients.
The Pie Boss
The best small-batch caramel apple pie filling you’ve ever had! Try it on ice cream, waffles, in a pie and more. Gluten Free, Dairy Free and Vegan.
The Dough Joe Bakery
You’ll be happy hear that the Dough Joe Bakery will be returning to our market this season! Haydn will be bringing his amazingly delicious gourmet cookies that are loaded with chunks of Hersey chocolate, real strawberries, Oreos and other yummy treats.
The Brisket Man
Delicious hardwood Smoked barbecue serving the London and Surrounding area. BBQ done right! If you love succulent, flavourful, juicy BRISKET: smoked to perfection with care by a meat magician (I’m talking about THE BRISKET MAN of course!) then you need to pay him a visit.
Refined Fool Brewing Co
We make small batch craft beer in Sarnia, Ontario. Refined Fool is a group of teachers, creatives, blue collars, entrepreneurs, musicians and pastors who care about beer, business, Sarnia and each other. We began by brewing out of our houses in midwinter with propane burners and frozen hoses and have since evolved into a downtown nano-brewery.
Paradigm Spirits Co. was created by passionate craft spirit entrepreneurs with a vision to build a distillery within a fabulous destination location. We found our home at 100 Kellogg Lane in London, Ontario. We are a young craft distillery, having opened our doors in December of 2020. The former Kellogg processing facility presented a unique opportunity…
Our Fields produce is ecologically grown using organic farming practices on a small 2-acre farm. After moving back to Canada in 2017 after 8 years of living and working abroad, Romina Bortoluzzi and Roger Thiessen started this small farm as a way to connect to the local community and share their love of food. They…
Skilled Accents is a social enterprise founded by Kay Habib, an interior designer who believes in making a difference in the community. Our vision is to reduce unemployment in local marginalized communities while also reducing fabric waste. We employ refugee women located in London Ontario, Canada to create unique décor products from recycled fabric…
We are a family owned and operated business in London, Ontario. We pride ourselves in making every meal a mouth watering experience with the freshest ingredients. We will do custom orders for family parties, business events, and office gatherings. Our baker and chef Desiree, began her journey over 25 years ago. She is a gifted…
We are a family owned and operated food producer. We handcraft pierogi using locally sourced ingredients from small family farms and producers. We make traditional and seasonal fillings. Sold by the dozen we offer arva flour, gluten friendly, and vegan pierogis and house made, plant based dips.
Polina’s Nostalgic Treats
Polina’s Nostalgic Treats specialises in re-creating beloved memories through food. Polina’s products of Persian Nostalgic specialty baked goods & beverages include: Turkish Coffee brewed on Hot Sand; Home Style Spiced Chai; Craft French Macarons; Saffron Ice-cream other Saffron baked goods.
London Sandwich Co
London Sandwich Co. is a catering service committed to quality, handcrafted foods, specifically those placed between two slices of delicious locally baked bread.
Proper Heathen Hot Sauce
Proper Heathen Hot Sauce makes quintessential Hot Sauces and Capsaicin Affiliations. All sauces are concocted in small batches by owner Dave Ripley in London, Ontario.
London Brewing Co-operative
From plough to pint! The London Brewing Co-operative is one of two independent craft breweries in Ontario producing certified organic beer. As a worker’s co-operative, they balance people, planets, and profits to bring you delicious beer from people who support our community and live the mantra: “local matters.”
Janssens Farm Fresh Produce
Janssens Farm Fresh Produce is a small family farm located just 25 minutes southwest of London in Appin, Ontario. The Janssens family have been growing a wide variety of quality farm fresh fruit and vegetables since 1984 and have been attending the Covent Garden Market for some time now. They grow apples, potatoes, tomatoes, beans,…
Wandering Bee Farm
The Wandering Bee Farm has beautiful floral bouquets assembled using fresh cut flowers from their farm in Thorndale.
The Den Besten Rainbow Trout Farm
The Den Bestens smoke their own fresh rainbow trout. The smoked trout comes in seven flavours including but not limited to Maple, Dutch Seasoned, Cajun, Plain. Their trout can also be purchased frozen raw.
Carver’s Natural Farms
Meet Darryl and Shauna Carver and their family from Carver’s Natural Farms! We love having their littles at the market with us and seeing their smiles and adventures every Saturday! Located in Petrolia, Carver’s Natural Farms is a small, family run farm that first began raising chickens only for their own consumption. They soon decided…
Berrylicious Fruit Farm
Located in Burgessville, Berrylicious Fruit Farm is owned and operated by Wendy and Don Colcuc. Their focus is blueberries but they grow a variety of fresh produce including raspberries, elderberries, potatoes, corn, pumpkins and more!
The Whole Grain Hearth
“My goal is to provide my family and friends with the healthiest most digestible bread possible. To reach this goal I’m committed to only using natural sourdough yeast in my breads, as well using freshly milled organic grains.” – Richard Placzek, Owner of The Whole Grain Hearth Richard, the owner and titled “bread guy,” Sammy,…
Dave and Dominga operate a small farm in Denfield ON, following the principles of Elliot Coleman. They have produce all year long using traditional techniques for winter growing. Greystead Gardens grows over 50 different vegetables and herbs, including a variety of leafy greens, root vegetables, tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and so much more! Located in northwest…
Sue Helm and her daughters work together to bring you home baked goods. Always delicious and almost always Gluten Free. Sue Helm has always loved baking for her family of six who, like the rest of us I’m sure, love to eat baked goods! When her son was diagnosed with celiac disease, that love did…
La Houlette de Vie
La Houlette De Vie translates to “The Staff of Life” a phrase that makes reference to bread’s role as an important diet staple the world. This bread will fill you up for hours with nutrients that aren’t found in bread that has been mass produced. All of Seth’s doughs are naturally fermented and made with…
Thames River Melons
Based in Innerkip, Ontario the Chesney’s goal is to provide sustainable, local produce for families. Thames River melons have a variety of produce throughout the year, starting with asparagus in the spring, berries and melons in the summer and moving into squash and pumpkins in the fall! They began with one acre of cantaloupe in…
Sungold Market Garden
Operating on less than one acre and guided by the principles of bio-intensive, ecological production, Andrew grows a range of seasonal produce and herbs. Contact: email@example.com
Pillitteri Estates Winery
Since arriving in Niagara on the Lake, Canada in 1948, the Pillitteri family has been committed to creating a legacy for generations to follow. Now, over six decades later, Pillitteri Estates Winery proudly continues a family tradition of viticulture and winemaking excellence. With three generations actively involved with our winery’s operations, we can truly say…
Morsels has tasty appetizers and savoury tarts, including sweet potato with caramelized onions and feta cheese in a teff crust, lovely quiche style corn and tomato tart, tasty cheese and zucchini tarts. Lorraine surprises us each week with something new, using locally sourced ingredients! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lynch Maple Farm
Lynch Farms sugar bush has been in operation for over 35 years. At first, sales were farm gate only, but since 2000 they have been selling at London Covent Garden Farmers’ Market. Besides maple syrup they also carry maple butter and maple sugar leaves. They also take orders for wedding favours. Lorraine also makes incredible…
Harvest Moon Trading Co.
Harvest Moon Trading Company creates a variety of delicious jams, jellies, preserves, mustards, granola, chutneys, dessert toppings, and more! Emily writes that the company “was born out of a love for local food, sustainable food systems, and the community that is created through the adaptation of a mindful lifestyle.” They pay special attention to how…
Joyce Farms is a popular vendor with a wide selection of locally grown vegetables and fruits. They’ve been vendors at our market since 2010. Owners Mike and Heather weren’t always farmers. In fact, they were both city-raised right here in London. In 1986, they bought their farm in Bothwell and haven’t looked back! Heather loves…
Dave’s Beef And Lamb
MyPick® producer! Dave has been raising lamb since 1979 and beef since 2002. The finished product is raised with farm-grown feed with no added hormones or antibiotics. All product is processed and inspected at a provincial abattoir. Dave is known for a consistent, lean and flavourful product.
Blanbrook Bison Farm
A My Pick Verified Local Farmer®, Blanbrook Bison Farm is located on roughly 100 acres of land near St. Mary’s where Bruce, Shirley, and their family raise about 100 bison. Bruce says that bison are relatively low-maintenance animals that largely take care of themselves. “They must be treated with respect and are handled much less…
OUTDOOR FARMERS’ MARKET INFORMATION
Our Farmers' Market
Our Farmers’ Market is a true Farmers’ Market! This means that all of our vendors produce the products they sell at the market, and at least half of those vendors are farmers. We believe this allows for ultimate transparency! Our farmers’ market is a place to meet your farmers and meet your makers, and ask them all the burning questions you want answered.
Where was this tomato grown? What ingredients are in this bread? When will strawberries be in season? Where do you source your ingredients?
These are all great questions and easily answered when asked of the person who grows, raises, makes, or bakes what you buy.
Meet your farmer and introduce yourself to your maker this weekend!
Experience the taste of local. And find that there is nothing better!
All our vendors come from within our local boundary. South Western Ontario offers a broad flavour profile, and at our market you will find fresh fruits and vegetables from across the seasons, local meats and cheeses, maple syrup, honey, preserves, breads, baked goods, prepared foods, and so much more!
Interested in becoming a vendor at our outdoor market?
We are now accepting applications for new vendors for both our Winter Indoor and Summer Outdoor Seasons. The applications are available below and you are welcome to contact Sam, the market manager via email if you are interested or have any questions!
Our market works to maintain a minimum of 51% farmers in order to stay true to the definition of a farmers’ market. We do not permit any reselling and require you to be from within the local boundary. More information can be found in our vendors’ handbook. Vendor fees and spacing can be found at the bottom of the application.
Email Farmers’ Market Manager Sam Regier with any questions you may have at: email@example.com. Please submit forms in person or via email.
If you would like to participate, download the Application Form and read our Vendor’s Handbook first.
As of July 31st, 2021, dogs are now permitted within the OUTDOOR Farmers’ Market space at the Covent Garden Market, provided that they are leashed and under your control, well behaved, picked-up after and kept out of the flow of traffic when not actively moving through the Market. Dogs are NOT permitted Indoors, excepting service dogs.
Owners are socially, legally and financially responsible and liable for their pet’s behavior at all times.
Covent Garden Market staff will ask your dog to leave if they are not abiding by these rules. Multiple violations throughout the season will result in the return of a no-dog policy. Service dogs are always allowed.
Is the Farmers' Market Cash Only?
Many of our vendors accept cashless payment options, whether that be debit, visa, or e-transfer. A few of our vendors can only accept cash, so we recommend coming prepared.
But have no fear! We have an ATM located inside the Market Building at Market Lottery, and a TD machine within the Market Lane doors vestibule.
Magpie’s Collected Creations also carries market gift certificates that can be purchased with a card transaction and used at any Indoor or Outdoor vendor!
IN THE HEART OF LONDON, ON
Address: 130 King Street, London, ON, N6A 1C5
Parking Downtown is easy at the Covent Garden Market! Our underground parking garage is open 24/7 with entrance on King Street.
MONDAY TO FRIDAY:
One Hour Free during Market hours with validation.
Two Hours Free during Market hours with validation.
- $3.00 per 30 minutes.
- Daily maximum rate
6AM-6PM is $15.00
- Evening rate from
6PM-6AM is $14.00
- *Event parking rates may differ