Ottawa Farmers’ Market vendors unite to sell produce through new website

Peter Hum Ottawa Citizen  •  1 minute read

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Sixteen vendors from the Ottawa Farmers’ Market are selling their produce and products through a new website that allows customers to place orders for pickup or delivery.

At the website farmscore.ca, the vendors include: Roots Down Organic Farm, Burrell Farm, Bushgarden Farm, Backyard Edibles, Castor River Farm, La Bergerie des Sables, Buzzz Honey Products, Blue Shoes Honey, Maple Country, bakery House of Pain, smokehouse Le Petit Brûlé, Milkhouse Farm + Dairy, Kricklewood Farm,  Hall’s Apple Market,  Raon Kitchen and Dominion City Brewing Co.

Ottawa Farmers’ Market vendors unite to sell produce through new website

Online orders must be made by 9 p.m. on Wednesdays for Saturday deliveries. The minimum purchase is $50 and there is a $5 delivery charge. Alternately, orders can be picked up at Raon Kitchen (6-65 Bentley Ave. in Nepean) on Saturdays between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson said this week that the Lansdowne and Westboro farmers’ markets will open this year but that the date hasn’t been determined.

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