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Hamilton Farmers’ Market Now Accepting New Vendors

The Hamilton Farmers’ Market is now accepting applications for new vendors. If you are looking for a unique way to showcase your goods and services with access to over 20,000 potential customers per week, join us in the heart of downtown Hamilton. We are currently searching for specialty vendors who can further enhance the vibrant community of over 60 vendors offering customers a warm and memorable shopping experience.

Learn more about the Hamilton Farmers’ Market vendor opportunity by visiting their website, or call Bill Slowka, Market Manager at 905 546 2097.

Quick Facts

  • Established in 1837, the Market is open year round featuring local and international foods including poultry, meat, fish, eggs, deli, baked goods, flowers, specialty foods and artisans
  • The Hamilton Farmers’ Market is located beside Jackson Square and the Hamilton Public Library with two levels of indoor shopping space.
  • One hour validated free parking is offered to customers at the York Blvd Parkade.

Vendor Testimonial:

“Cake and Loaf is very proud to be part of the Hamilton Farmers’ Market. The community and support found amongst the vendors is heartwarming and has made it easy to establish our business in the market. In the past 2 years we’ve seen sales in the market increase steadily and we’ve made really important connections with our daily regulars.” 

– Josie Rudderham of Cake and Loaf Bakery
Cake & Loaf Bakery stall in the Hamilton Farmers’ Market

“The Hamilton Farmers’ Market is the perfect place to start a new food business. On the food side you have access to local and seasonal products of every kind, support from the vendor community, and an opportunity to be a part of a foodie destination.  On the business side you have a great location with strong lunch time foot traffic, low rent, and utilities that are either included in rent or provided at a much lower rate through the city.”

– Salar Madadi of Pokeh 
Chef Shane & Salar inside their Pokeh stall preparing for the lunch time rush