170 COUNTY ROAD 32, BLOOMFIELD
I wrote a post on this terrific guy, you can read all about him here. He is an absolute pleasure, and his produce is fantstic (his greens are exceptional!!) His stand is not open all of the time - often because he has run out of product as he services many of the local restaurants AND he often participates in two markets (Wellington and Agrarian in Picton). Try to catch him and his product wherever you can!!
Just west of The Waring House on the Loyalist Parkway (HWY 33)
This gorgeous farm stand is open from June - November. I can't find a site or public social page for this or I would have included a link. They always have a great selection of seasonal produce, are very centrally located and have a lovely staff.
530 County Road 1 (just north of the roundabout)
This is a really pretty little farmstand that we often hit on our way back to Toronto. Very friendly staff and excellent produce.
3143 County Road # 8 - Waupoos
This is a super cute fruit stand located in the heart of Waupoos (extremely close to the Waupoos Winery and just down the road from the County Cider House). When in season, you can swing by to pick up fresh strawberries, blueberries and raspberries.
243 Main Street Wellington
This is a great outdoor market where you can buy fresh produce, gourmet food, jewelry, and even antiques. I must not that this is where you can also find Humble Bread. From May 17 - October 11, it is open every Saturday from 8 am - 1 pm.
106 Bridge St, Picton
An market in the parking lot of Chef Michael Hoy's space every Sunday from May - October, open 9:00 am - 2:00 pm that features local farmers, wineries and artisinal producers. And while you're there, you can plan on having brunch too!!
LAKESHORE FARMS MARKET
467 Main Street Wellington
This is situated just west of Wellington as you continue along the Loyalist Parkway. They carry produce as well as freshly baked items including donuts and cakes. We also picked up a few bags of deep fried peanuts while there - and you actually eat the shells and they are actually quite good!
There are a number of places where you can purchase fresh produce. Below are a few of our favourites: