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Visit one of Canada’s most thriving community markets at Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market, a vibrant place to eat, shop, and browse a number of stalls. Fresh, organic produce and foods, and locally made creative handicrafts are in bountiful supply, so have a snack and shop for a one-of-a-kind charming memento of your time here. The variety of foods here includes fresh-from-the-farm fruit and vegetables, cakes, cheeses, homemade jams, and fresh-squeezed juices. Over 250 local suppliers ply their trades in indoor and outdoor market spaces. Put Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market at the forefront of your travel plans using our Fredericton road trip site.
Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market reviews
Lots of vendors. Most of the ethnic food being sold outside did not seem genuine. The Lebanese baker inside the building had lovely products to eat. A lot of produce being sold was not local farm...
Lots of vendors. Most of the ethnic food being sold outside did not seem genuine. The Lebanese baker inside the building had lovely products to eat. A lot of produce being sold was not local farm... more »
Lots of fresh fruits and veggies. Great to stock up if you are local or in an RV and cooking. On the expensive side but very fresh. Also some crafts. And lots of cooked food options. It was fun...
Lots of fresh fruits and veggies. Great to stock up if you are local or in an RV and cooking. On the expensive side but very fresh. Also some crafts. And lots of cooked food options. It was fun... more »
A vibrant busy place to check out local goods and foods. Typically very busy and somewhat pricey but interesting to walk through.
A vibrant busy place to check out local goods and foods. Typically very busy and somewhat pricey but interesting to walk through. more »
Great place to pickup up your food essentials! You can find everything from fresh meat, fish, vegetables, and more. (Pro tip! Many vendors only take cash, make sure to get some before the market or you'll be paying atm fees) Beyond that, there are lots of vendors selling non-food items like earrings, toys, and wooden crafts. Once you have done all that shopping sit down for a delicious breakfast!
Absolutely a must go if you are visiting Fredericton! Only open Saturday so plan accordingly. Lots of local fruit, vegetables, meats, cheeses and other items. Several bakeries too. I only get to go there when I'm on vacation, but if I lived there I'd be there every weekend!
Not all vendors take pride in their makings like the two pictured here (blueberry folks and Community). I bought a croissant from inside the building and it had the texture and rigidity of a two day old bakery item — I could have enjoyed a soft, buttery one for 1/10th the price at the local member warehouse. I won’t be back to that baker. The Community are excellent producers of products. I had the privilege of being educated in maple syrup and bought three bottles! When the shortages are obvious next year (2023), I’m buying from these folks.
I love this market. It really is the quintessential farmer's market. It's grown slightly over the years and remains the best place in town to get local goods each weekend. They have a new restaurant serving breakfast now for the first time in I don't know how many years. I believe Chef Rick got his own spot. This new one, Ready To Eat, was very different. Less comfort food diner style and more of gourmand style. This definitely caters to either the upscale older person or the younger hipster crowd as the prices are a bit higher due to the focus on quality, local and unique combinations of ingredients. The flavours on the Breakfast Burger were vibrant and unexpected. The char on the burger patty paired nicely with the very sweet bacon jam. The only thing I would say is that I would have liked to see a few more smaller options for breakfast as I'm not usually the type to eat a lot in the morning. That said, the market has plenty of grab and go snacks and baked goods along with about a half a dozen food trucks.
The market has a great selection of products! Late summer-fall is the best time to get produce but it's nice that the market is open year round. The prices for produce and eggs are competitive with grocery stores so I always choose to go to the market when I can. It gets very busy, an hour or two before closing is usually the time to go if you want to avoid crowds but they might be sold out of some items by then
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