We’ve had a great harvest season, but it’s not over yet! Come by the market to pick up fresh squash, marrow vegetables, hot and sweet peppers, pumpkins, and so much more. There’s nothing like the smell of a hearty soup, pumpkin pie, or any other classic fall dish, and they’re just not complete without fresh[…]
New Contest! Hey everybody! We loved seeing what you put together with our last contest, so we wanted to do it all over again, but this time, it’s fall! And this time of year is when we love to preserve our vegetables for the winter months, so we challenge you to do the same. It[…]
We are happy to let you know that our Romanello and San Marzano Tomatoes are now being harvested and available for purchase at the market. And to make things easier for you our hours have also increased, now open Monday to Friday 8:00 – 7:00 Saturday 8:00 – 6:00 and Sunday & Holidays 8:00 –[…]
Our pick your own fields are closed for 2018 Thank you for a great season. We are grateful for everyone who came out to pick these fresh berries, and we can’t wait to do it again next year.
Check in on our Facebook page during your visit this weekend for a chance to win a 10% off We the Fresh gift card (good for 2018)! Simply enter the check-in post URL in the field below, or type “Screenshot” and we will request a screenshot of your check-in if you win. a Rafflecopter giveaway[…]
Come in to the store from June 27 – 28 to pick up your entry code on your receipt, and enter the giveaway here. Entries close at 11:59 on Sunday, June 1. The winner will be announced within 48 hours. Good luck! a Rafflecopter giveaway
We are happy to announce that our PYO Strawberry Field will be opening this Friday June 22, 2018. Please note that weather conditions will impact if the fields are open. So please call our pre-recorded message to find out if the fields are open. 905-887-8954 ext 25. Regular PYO Hours are as follows; 9-5 Monday[…]
This time of year we all get so excited to start eating locally grown strawberries, not sure what it is but we all say the same thing..nothing tastes as good a locally grown strawberry! Good news is our local strawberries have started to ripen and you can visit our market to purchase ready picked strawberries[…]
Our gates will be opening for the 2018 Season on May 10th. Our Spring hours will be Monday to Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This time of year we will have flowers, vegetable plants, some local veggies/fruit, eggs and tomato sauce. We will be adding new items[…]
We are excited to share with you that we are now hiring for our 2018 Season. You can visit our job descriptions on the employment page and email your resume to email@example.com!
Exciting News! We will be extending our season this year until December 17, 2017 to bring to you Christmas Décor! From trees, to wreaths to holiday planters! Something you don’t want to miss! For a special offer please email us at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking for more great people to join our team! As the fall season approaches the harvest increases and we need more help at the market! We are looking for Farm Market Cashiers, Clerks and Front End Clerks! Great Opportunity for high school students as well looking to work a few hours a week![…]
We are happy to share with you that our Market is now OPEN! New this year is we have introduced a Garden Center for you to purchase your garden plants from vegetable plants to flowers! We will also have any local fruit and vegetables available. We look forward to sharing with you the wonderful season[…]
In 2013, Top Tomato Foods was honoured to win The Premier’s Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence for growing Artichokes in Ontario. In 2015, we won for our innovative broccoli bunching process.
Top Artichokes – Fruit and Vegetable Magazine – April 2014 Franky Finds a Coupla Crazy Cukes – Toronto Sun – August 21, 2012 Intrepid Farmer Growing Artichokes – Fruit and Vegetable Magazine – April 2008 US: Globe artichokes in Markham – AtlanticFarmer.com – October 15, 2007 Globe Artichokes in Markham – Toronto Star – October 10,[…]
Cut up washed tomatoes, either Roma or San Marzano, into small chunks and put into a coliander. Let access water drain from tomato – not all of it. Put tomatoes in a pot over the stove top, add salt according to your preference. Put on high-med, until they boil. Once they boil, reduce heat to[…]