Recognized as one of Canada’s top 10 community markets, the Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market is the city’s traditional Saturday morning gathering spot for fresh and healthy foods, craft, creativity and conversation in downtown Fredericton.
With more than 250 local suppliers from along the St. John River Heritage Corridor and across the province, “The Market” (as it’s known here) is the place to discover seasonal products such as fiddleheads and blueberries, fresh-from-the-farm produce (including organics), meats and seafood, cakes and confections, breads, cheeses, homemade jams, fresh-squeezed juices, New Brunswick wines, artisan chocolates and specialty coffees and beans. Ethnic delicacies are also a big part of the market tradition, from Chinese buns to Lebanese-style stuffed grape leaves and the city’s famous samosas.
A vibrant space with one-of-a-kind gifts, colourful and quirky finds include pottery, jewellery, paintings, textiles and lawn sculptures. Breakfast is served-up on site at the indoor restaurant. Outside in “Food Alley,” you’ll find falafel sandwiches and buffalo burgers galore.
Meet you at “The Market”!