The New Ross Country Farm Market is more than just a place to buy fresh baked goods and vegetables or handmade items for your home. Country farm markets are a place that you can yarn with old friends and meet new ones. It's a chance to experience local flavour and know exactly where it came from, who grew it or who baked it. The atmosphere at a country farm market is something that can only be experienced by going to one and seeing it for yourself.
The vendors are a big part of what makes the New Ross Country Farm Market possible; they stand behind their products and are proud of the items they sell. The following is a list of our regular vendors and what they bring to the market table.
Lulu makes various kinds of fresh country style breads.
Diane makes baked goods of all kinds, squares, scones and much more.
Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, mushrooms, vegetables, as well as blueberry plants and honey. He has won awards for his berries and his methods are recognized in the agriculture industry in Nova Scotia.
Bob and Rubia sell seafood for the Fish Store, local eggs, Rubia's herbs and herbal products and fresh coffee.
Brenda and George Knickle sell French breads and pastries for them and they also carry local honey, crafts, seaweed compost and peanut brittle. Later in the season they will have some produce and heritage garlic.
Michelle and Susan carry plants, jams and jellies as well fresh produce as the season progresses and pumpkins and squash in the Fall. Check out their sugar free products made with stevia.
Lovely handmade jewellery. Sandra's work is very affordable
Products and baked goods made right on Ross Farm are sold at our booth..