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lamaranthe | May 15, 200906:35 AM     2

Location: North Toronto Memorial Community Centre – 200 Eglinton Avenue West (behind the building – by the tennis courts/ice rink) - every Thursday from 3 p.m. til 7 p.m.- Some vendors come from as far as Niagara. They say that their produce is 100% organic. Time for fantastic asparagus, vine tomatoes, rhubarb, potatoes, salads, free-run eggs, etc. Also to be found: Scotch Mountain Meats, St John’s Bakery, Riverside Foods, Kawartha Ecological Growers. Not much sampling, though, not even at the bakery. Prices are high but the taste does not compare. They will carry heirloom tomatoes in July. Right now you can buy some that you can plant in your garden, should you be lucky enough to have one. They also sell organic seeds.

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