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Found at the Market

by Lisa Sweetman February 14, 2019

After a long day of delivering Valentine’s Day Candy Grams to unsuspecting loved ones around the city, today we are keeping this one short...

If you follow us here at Earth + City, it’s very likely that you are also a huge fan of farmers’ markets. We love farmers’ markets - they are where we started and where we will always be. Toronto markets are bustling with laughter, community, food, and music. You can always find a fresh loaf of bread. Creative picklings and fermented foods. You can discover a new cider or a variety of apple you’ve never heard of. When it comes to food, you can find almost anything at the market. But did you know you can also find love at the market? Say what? That’s right! Love at the market!

A few years ago, Sorauren Farmers’ Market shared the following cute stories about sweet romance that grew from connections made at the market.

So, we want to know: have you found love at the market? Made an unlikely connection while sipping on watermelon lemonade and chickpea millet burgers? If you have, please share your story with us. We would love to hear it! And if you find yourself looking for love these days, we suggest taking a look around this weekend as you browse your favourite vendors. Maybe when you find yourself grabbing for the last Cowgirl Cookie at the same time as someone else...well, who knows. ;)

Lisa Sweetman
Lisa Sweetman


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