This fresh sheet is for our Saturday market and our Wednesday market next week, unless otherwise noted.
*Please note that some items are available in a limited quantity*
– Salad Mix
– Salad Turnips
– Bagged Kale
– Green Tomatoes
– Compost (limited supply!)
Market Vendors for Saturday October 15th, 2022
We have an incredible lineup of vendors for our markets! We can’t wait for you to try all their amazing products.
Bad Dog Bread: Artisan bakery selling naturally leavened breads and pastries, made with freshly milled BC flour.
Craft Mountain Bakery: Craft Mountain Bakery offers small batch, handcrafted baked goods, including german pretzelbuns, red wine cake, and vegan brownies.
Nectaro: Nectaro is a small Vancouver-based company producing 100% natural ginger extracts. It is a cold-pressed ginger extract mixed with different fruit and vegetable extracts. Our product is unique by not containing any preservatives or artificial colors, but raw ingredients only. Ginger extract is loaded with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. From leftover pulp produced while making ginger extract, we create flavourful tea blends. We also make handcrafted fruit rolls/leathers. A delicious and healthy snack for children and adults made exclusively from local fruits and nothing else.
Elite Soup: At Elite soup, we are passionate about making healthier, more delicious and quick meals a possibility to fit busy schedules. All our products are proudly made in North Vancouver and are vegan and low sodium. We offer gluten-free options and all our products are made without any use of preservatives.
Jam’n’Music: “World Jampion Winner” in Scotland for Raspberry Jam, and Silver Award for Strawberry Jam! Using locally grown fruit, hand made in small batches in many varieties including sugar free. Also offering three types of delicious buttermilk buscuits. Trisha Gagnon is a well-known bluegrass and folk musician and has her CD and The Jaybird’s CD available as well!
Steamworks Brewpub Food Truck, offering classic pub fare on the go.
Humblebee Meadery: We make mead, alcohol from fermented honey! However, unlike more traditional wine styles of mead, we make all of ours more like craft beer and cider. They are all 5.5% abv., lightly carbonated, and much drier than you might expect. We are trying to bring mead back to the table with a modern twist.
Isobel’s Card Company: Isobel’s Card Co. is your place to find sustainable watercolour greeting cards. Locally made, Isobel paints each design by hand and offers ready made printed cards or custom made cards, invitations and paintings. Designs are inspired by nature and therefore are not packaged in plastic.
Carla Simple Living: A natural fibres artist, inspired by the ocean, sunny days, and warm sands. I use natural fibres, unpolished wood beads, and driftwood for my creations.
Agrios Woodwork: Agrios Woodwork creates unique handmade wood articles for the kitchen and for entertaining. I use hardwood sourced from sustainable forests as well as recycled wood sourced locally. My products include cutting and chopping boards, charcuterie boards, bowls, spoons as well as custom jewellery and keepsake boxes. I am a local artisan with a wood shop located a few steps away from Loutet Farm.
Adelé & Joy: I am Nicole, I am a Fashion/Jewelry designer in Vancouver, BC. I am passionate about making vibrant accessories that will bring joy and fun for the wearer! I design one of a kind pieces for any occasion!
Victoria Yahara Studio: Original hand-carved botanical linocut prints inspired by the symbolic Victorian Language of Flowers.
Bob The Dog: We specialize in providing a variety of human grade, homemade pet treats, as well as handmade leashes and other accessories. We take pride in the quality and integrity of our products because we’ll settle for nothing but the best for Bob the Dog. That’s what we promise to pass on to our customers!
Spokes ‘n’ Words Book Bike: North Vancouver City Library’s book bike, Spokes ’n’ Words, brings the library to you! The book bike runs on more than just sentences. Spokes ’n’ Words is powered by both its rider and an e-assist motor to help the book bike up and down those notoriously steep North Vancouver hills!