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Toronto’s New Pay-What-You-Can Farmer’s Market Is Opening This Month

The market will be contactless!

Summer is the time of year to indulge in all the freshest fruits and vegetables from around the province. One of the best ways to get your hands on delicious produce is by hitting up a farmer's market. A new shopping experience is coming to the 6ix this summer, and it's totally different from your traditional market. Toronto's Click & Collect Farmers' Market is launching this summer, and you can pay-what-you-can for your goods.

This summer, things are looking a little different in Ontario. With physical distancing regulations in place, businesses are finding new ways to offer their services to the public.

The Click & Collect Farmers' Market is offering a safe way to indulge in fresh produce from local farms.

Somersby has collaborated with Veggies Delivered to bring this new shopping experience to the 6ix.

The market allows you to pay-what-you-can for a bag of 100% Ontario produce.

In order to participate, you can go online and select your desired payment. There is a minimum of $10 amount.

Next, select your pickup date and how many bags you would like. There is a maximum of two per household.

Each bag has a $35 value and is brimming with fresh assorted veggies.

When picking up your produce, you'll receive a complimentary sample pack of Somersby Cider if you're of legal drinking age. Don't forget your ID!

All proceeds from the market are going to The Stop Community Food Centre.

The Click & Collect Farmers' Market is launching June 13 and runs until July 18.

You can also visit some dreamy berry farms around Ontario to pick your own fresh produce this season.

Grab a bucket and get your fill of strawberries, blackcurrant, and more at multiple locations across the province. 

Somersby Click & Collect Farmers' Market

Price: Minimum $10

When: June 13, 2020 - July 18, 2020

Address: 110 Atlantic Ave., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: This unique farmers' market allows you to indulge in fresh produce by paying what you can.