Terry's Old Fashioned Pies & Jams
Terry has been selling pies, jams and jellies like Grandma used to make for thirty years. The rolling pin inherited from Grandma made the first pies sold at the market and is still in use today!
Locally grown fruit is used in her pies, jams and jellies as much as possible. Pies and jams are available made with Saskatoon berries, apples, strawberries, raspberries and rhubarb in many combinations. Chokecherry jelly and crab-apple jelly are also popular.
Frozen unbaked pies are also available.
Everything you need to keep your sweet tooth happy including spudnuts and puffed wheat squares.
Farm fresh eggs, a dozen varieties of the world's best haystacks and low carb baking
Betty & Les Hamm
Betty and Les Hamm, owners and operators at Catherwood Organics, raise grass-fed beef and lamb, pasture-based pork, free-range chickens, ducks, and turkeys. "We can tell you exactly what our animals eat because we raise them ourselves and they eat the certified organic products that we grow on our farm." Come on down to the Saskatoon Farmers' Market and let us be your new favourite one-stop meat shop.
Kapusta & Kake
Perogies, cabbage rolls, baking, sauerkraut and borscht.
Myron has a variety of vegetables - fresh, pickling, fermented, fresh and frozen fruit and berries. He also has perogies, potatoes and cabbage rolls.
Simpkins Market Garden
Dixon, Rob & Audrey Simpkins and Jennifer Lockie
Simpkins Market Garden is a family owned and operated market garden that has been providing Saskatoon with a wide range of quality produce since 1909. They are strong believers in providing customers with the freshest, best tasting produce possible. The Simpkins motto is "Select Varieties, Quality Flavour". You need to try their extra sweet carrots, available only at the Saskatoon Farmers' Market.
Country Lane Market
Barb Unruh & Henry Unruh
Country Lane Market is 20km outside of Saskatoon - "Bringing Our Small Farm Products to the City".
Fresh free run eggs, preserves, baking , and sewing year-round.
Bedding plants, fresh fruit, and veggies seasonally.
Linda Boyle & Gary Boyle
Vivian Ryma & Van Mostowchuk
Vivian brings her jam, jelly and pickles. Vivian and Van bring vegetables in season as well as many sewn and crocheted items like towels dishcloths, aprons, oven mitts, baby accessories, and recycled jean creations
Tasty Specialty Foods
Jean Krysak & Helen Kons
Tasty Specialty Foods has been a proud member of the Market for 30 years! Jean has a wide variety of goodies for you. There is a baking table that features items such as scones, butter tarts, muffins, loaves, cakes, cookies, cinnamon rolls, pies and more. The pies are made from canola-based, non-hydrogenated shortening, which is also 100% cholesterol free. In the "Pickle Pantry" you'll find at least 15 different kinds of pickles and relishes, as well as, we feel, the best Saurkraut in Western Canada! Tasty Specialty Foods also offers various flavors of perogies, rice, and vegetarian cabbage rolls. We look forward to serving you! Keep your eye out for occasional sales and specials at the booth.
Fresh baked bread & pastries
Fred & Pat Gittings
Since 1991, Pat & Fred Gittings have been helping their customers "Taste the Difference". They bring greenhouse-fresh vegetables to tables around Saskatchewan. Always seeking to promote the benefits of local food, they participate in the Saskatoon Farmers' Market as well as supply their produce to the Saskatoon Co-Op food stores. Their biological control program uses "good bugs to eat the bad bugs", delivering non-chemical, natural produce straight to your kitchen. Always ready with a smile and a recipe, they can be found every weekend at the Saskatoon Farmers' Market. Pat & Fred produce long english and mini cucumbers, tomatoes, bell peppers, chili peppers (fresh and dried), and lettuce (Spring and Fall). Stop by and taste the difference local food makes!
Seasonal Vendor - Spring, Summer, Fall