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A LOOK AT SOME OF THE CBFM MEMBERS


Members have bee vendors for 16 weeks minimum and paid a yearly membership fee of $20.00 to be a part of this co-operative.   Membership provides vendors with the right to vote at meetings, thereby giving them a voice in the direction of the market.   It showcases their products on the website as well as in our eating area if they choose, it gives them a permanent spot where they can choose to leave their products throughout the week and more.

Blue Heron Farm

Len & Monique Vassallo from Blue Heron Farm are always busy making sure we have healthy organic greens and vegetables...

Sherrys Creations

Sherry Lynn Fogarty hand paints books with many different themes, for children and adults alike.  Books can be personalized ...

Mountain View Farm

Pauline of Mountain View Farm is carrying on the tradition of family owned farms and locally grown food.  She is not only...

Ann's Garden

Ann's Garden has "Homemade" fresh local fruit pies, cream pies, tea biscuits, scones and baked goods.  We also carry...

Barry's Cutting Boards

A cutting board is a timeless gift, one that will last for years.  These cutting and serving boards are made from Cape Breton Maple...

A Touch of Spring

Susan English offers unique floral arrangements, planters, herbs, garlic and more.  You may want to stop by and see Susan if...

East Bay Chaga

Shirley and Jim MacNeil bring in East Bay wild harvested Chaga.  A natural tea with benefits.  Chaga has many health benefits such as...

Capers Crepes

The name says it all...With either savory or sweet options, manager Sajive Kochhar and his team are sure to satisfy your appetite for crepes...

Tiebel's Sausage

Hartmut and Barbara Tiebel are a big draw at the market.  Everyone raves about their Bratwurst Sauasage on a bun with Sauerkraut...

Lynn D's Beaded Gems and Jewels

Lynn D's unique hand crafted jewellery is made using semi precious stones and crystals.  Each piece is exquisitly designed...

Thyme for Ewe Farm

Estelle at Thyme for Ewe Farm in Millville is one of the younger farmers in the CBRM.  Coming from France, Cape Breton quickly...

Carmens German Bakery

Carmen’s German Bakery, uses the freshest ingredients to bake exceptional breads, pretzels, rolls and cakes using traditional German...

Midgard Meadery

We are the part of Scotch Lake Farm & Apiary that is licensed under the NSLC.  Mead, the first alcoholic beverage of the 12th century...

Quilted Chaos

Kathy MacCuish is a retired educator and community volunteer dedicated to sewing since childhood.  She works in her...

Normaway Farms

Jim MacDonald brings Normaway's blueberries and also carries frozen Beef Bourginon prepared at Normaway Inn...

The Mad Hatter

Diane Marie Turner brings unique fabric hats made from up-cycled materials, crochet childrens’ character hats...

Ma's Love Natural Bath Products

Pure and Natural, Olive Oil based, try it, you won't want to use store bought soap ever again.  Diane's olive oil soap is made with...

Grande boulangerie de l'est

Myron Syms and Judy Mcdougall bring Myron’s wonderful Montreal style bagels, European style pastries...