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Byward Market Vendors Pick Up Service

The ByWard Market has gone digital! You can pick and click fresh produce and goods for contactless pickup.

Support local with pick and click at Marchés d’Ottawa Markets

As of May 6, you can pick and click fresh produce and goods for contactless pickup from the ByWard and Parkdale Markets farmers’ market locations.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and physical distancing regulations, the ByWard and Parkdale Markets have gone digital. Simply visit Marchés d’Ottawa Markets (link is external) to pick out fresh and homemade products from local producers and farmers, place your order, and then pick it up at either the ByWard or Parkdale Market. The process will work the same as contactless pickup at your grocery store, starting on a trial basis three days per week (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday), and adjusting with the growing season and demand.

Marchés d’Ottawa Markets has launched this initiative to help the community continue to support local producers in challenging times, while getting fresh local produce and goods on their tables. Check out the details below:

ByWard: Saturdays from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

You will receive an email the day before your pick-up date with your allotted timeslot for collecting your order(s). Thank you for shopping local during this challenging time!

For more information and to PLACE YOUR ORDER: (link is external)

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