Green Market Round Up – November 13

Article by Brook, Dankr.ca

The Green Market Toronto held another successful cannabis farmers market Sunday. Over a dozen vendors were out in force, showing off some of the best local artisan cannabis creations. Here are some of our favourites!

Mary Juanita Edibles

Mary Juanita Edibles is great for dieters! Everything is vegan and gluten free!

Extreme Infusions

Extreme Infusions shows of their various infused products

IncrEdicles

IncrEdibles had delicious peppermint walnut brownie samples! Tis the season!

Cannabis As Living Medicine

C.A.L.M. (Cannabis As Living Medicine) shows off a variety of different products for sale.

Eyebake Medibles & Hollywood Pastry 420 with Alair Behind

Eyebake Medibles & Hollywood Pastry 420 both had tasty samples on offer

Toko Vapes with cannabis derived and non cannabis derived terpines

CannaWorld was out promoting their Toko Vapes which come in two models. One with cannabis derived terpenes and one with non-cannabis derived terpenes.

Queens of Cannabis Booth

A wide variety of product available at the Queens of Cannabis booth including Karma Cup winner Charlene Freedom

Fritz

Lots of yummy munchies from Fritz’s Cannabis Company

High 5/Baker's Shop/Green Market

The Baker’s Shop/Mary Jane’s Touch booth had everything from lollipops to brownies to creams

Blessed Edibles

Blessed Edibles brings healthy edibles for the athletic crowd

Hidden Valley/Feels Like More/Dovercourt

Hidden Valley Reserve has high quality extractions for reasonable prices. They were also showing off edibles by Dovercourt Park Bakery and Karma Cup award winner Feels Like More, both made from Hidden Vally extractions.

The Green Market was collecting donations for Amy Annonymous' annual Milk & Cookies & Cannabis for the Homeless. Jacket, hats, scarves, gloves, and Tim Hortons gift cards were collected to redistribute to the homeless during the holiday season. Amy also has a conversation with each individual, connecting with them on a personal level rather than just handing the items and leaving.

The Green Market was collecting donations for Amy Annonymous’ annual Milk & Cookies & Cannabis for the Homeless. Jacket, hats, scarves, gloves, and Tim Hortons gift cards were collected to redistribute to the homeless during the holiday season. Amy also has a conversation with each individual, connecting with them on a personal level rather than just handing the items and leaving.

Here is a video of last year’s Milk & Cookies & Cannabis for the Homeless

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