What Are Market Partners?
Whether on the menu or in the marketplace, Graffiti Market is invested in supporting the well-being of our community and supporting local.
As part of this initiative, we are always seeking new local vendors to collaborate and partner with so we can help showcase their artisan product with the rest of the community.
FourAll Ice Cream
Graffiti Market takes pride in offering every delicious FourAll Ice Cream flavour. Each of which is made with the best natural ingredients that are locally sourced. No matter your dietary choices or restrictions, the joy of ice cream can be experienced by all.
Stemmler's Meats & Cheese
For over 35 years, Stemmler Meats has crafted exceptional products catered to your exact dietary needs – including a wonderful variety of fresh and smoked meats free of gluten, lactose, nitrites or MSG. Savour the joy of award-winning, artisanal food that everyone can enjoy.
Charmed Flowers opened it's doors to Waterloo in 2013 bringing lush and whimsical arrangements with a distinct edge to the Kitchener Waterloo area. Whether you want to surprise someone with a bouquet of flowers waiting at your table or want to bring some nature to your home with a potted succulent, you can always find a fresh selection of Charmed Flowers in our marketplace.
Caudle's Catch Seafood
Caudle's Catch is Waterloo Region's premier purveyor of fresh, frozen and live seafood, importing from around the world, including the United States, South and Central America, the Caribbean, Europe, New Zealand, and of course Canada.
Eby Manor Golden Guernsey
Eby Manor Farm was purchased by Jim’s father Howard, in 1959. In the early 60s, Howard switched the herd from Holsteins to Guernseys, to capitalize on the existing market for the unique characteristics of Guernsey milk. The ability to market breed specific milk was discontinued with the advent of the milk marketing board. However, after many years of marketing generic milk, the board initiated a new program allowing farmers to brand and process their own milk, in order to create niche markets. We saw this as an opportunity since we have one of the few remaining Guernsey herds in Ontario. In May of 2012, we began to brand and market the milk from our Guernsey cows.