From farm to table.
Farmers’ markets are wonderfully authentic, dynamic, and local experiences. Here, local growers, artisans, performers, and residents unite in a friendly and casual mélange. It’s one of the best ways to feel the authentic energy of a place. Become a part of one of these gatherings, and you’ll enjoy social mingling, discussions with growers and vendors, and of course countless fresh foods, delicious baked goods, and satisfying treats. No wonder farmers’ markets are such a longstanding New Brunswick tradition.
New Brunswick’s largest markets include the historic downtown Saint John City Market, with its roof in the shape of an inverted ship’s hull; Fredericton’s Boyce Farmers Market; the sprawling downtown Moncton Market; and the dynamic Dieppe Market. Make sure to visit the smaller markets all over the province, too, and support local—in the most delicious way.
You like to see and learn where our food comes from? Take a road trip to visit farms and meet local producers around the province on New Brunswick’s Open Farm Day, every year in September.