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Monday, August 17, 2015

Media Release: The Hamilton Farmers’ Market welcomes new vendors

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE        

 The Hamilton Farmers’ Market welcomes new vendors


HAMILTON, ON – August 17, 2015 – The Hamilton Farmers’ Market is pleased to announce three new vendors. Henry Brown’s Small Batch Ice Cream, Eat Industries Inc. and Fenwick Flowers are the latest vendors to enhance the rich and diverse Market community.

Henry Brown’s Small Batch Ice Cream offers Market customers a tasty assortment of handmade ice cream and sorbets plus an assortment of Hewitt’s ice cream. Owned by Ed Wong and local foodie Karen Burson, Henry Brown’s provides local dessert items. They feature an all-star lineup of unique flavours including very London fog latte, Vietnamese coffee, black sesame and the popular salted caramel. The raspberry and lavender homemade sodas are also a local favourite. In addition, they also offer organic dairy and dairy free options.

Eat Industries Inc. is a new artisan grab and go restaurant founded by Brandon Jackson and Matthew Pigeon delivering exceptional service and food. This Baja peninsula influenced restaurant enhances the variety of lunch options offering locally made, hand crafted food using local ingredients where possible, including tacos, sandwiches, salsas, pickles, sauces and desserts. For more menu options, please visit
www.eatinc.ca

Fenwick Flowers, a family owned business managed by John and Jane Snieder, have been providing the region with local flower options and have now established their first retail operation inside of the Market. Fenwick offers cut flowers, potted plants, floral supplies and giftware.


“We are pleased with the addition of these new vendors. Market customers are looking to support local products and small businesses. In line with the trend of making enjoyable food an experience, the products at Henry Brown’s and Eat Industries provide a broad range of flavours for customers to choose from. In addition, the new florist, Fenwick Flowers offers local flowers at affordable prices” says John Hertel, Director of Finance, Administration and Revenue Generation.


All three new vendors are located on the west side of the lower level. The Market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturdays 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. with one hour no charge parking at the York Blvd Parkade. 

For more information, please visit
www.hamiltonfarmersmarket.ca

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