Vendors who have left

Vendors need to leave the Market for a variety of different reasons and we continue to wish them well in their ongoing or future business endeavours.

These are vendors that have left in recent months and how to contact them:

Awesome Earth – they have paused their business (making cashew, almond, and oat milks) and as such, we are not providing their contact details here

Eat Local Pizza – with COVID changes, they have pulled back from their Market presence. You can find them at their Red River Road location and their frozen pizzas in grocery stores around the city

Head Acre Farms – has pulled out of the Market. Call to order leave a message – 807-620-2183

Joyce Seppala Designs – Joyce’s avant garde clothing designs are now available to shop personally at her studio in Neebing. Follow her on Instagram or contact her via her website

Kumbaya Kombucha – we have sold the last of Bryce’s kombucha and he is no longer producing his delicious product. We wish him the best!

Nodus Designs – Alicia has stopped her business due to a variety of factors. For now, she is still posting her designs on her Instagram for direct purchase.

Northies – Nathan has moved his business of his incredibly popular YQT and Northies designed clothing fully online. Find him on Instagram or on his website

Shine Photo – Nancy is focusing her photography business in her studio in Westfort. Her uniquely creative backdrops and editing make her photos memories to treasure. Follow her on Facebook, Instagram or contact her via her website


Now In the Market Store

These vendors have moved from having their own booth at the Market to being in the Market Store:

Brule Creek Farm – locally grown grains stone ground into wheat flours, mixed into baking mixes for easy recipes and cold pressed canola oil

Chinos – locally produced tomato and pasta sauces in a variety of Italian favourites

Early Snows Pottery – hand thrown pottery mugs, teapots and cheese plates

Lucy Q Perogies – Thunder Bay’s favourite perogies stuffed with flavours. Includes gluten free and vegan varieties.

Sprucedale Farm – delectable fudge from South Gillies