Growing and Making Good Food


Good News!  Our new store Reesor’s will open on Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. Our former Ringwood Dr. facilities will supply our new location with the baking and cooking goods you’ve come to know.

Our larger, brand new store is located at 5758 Main Street in Stouffville, next to Barthau Jewellers).  Look for our green-lettered sign!

Keeping what you already love 

Our customers tell us they love to be greeted by the good smells of our kitchen and our friendly staff. At our new location you’ll still smell the familiar aromas of molasses crinkles cookies and pies being baked in our ovens in the store.  Salome, our manager, along with the rest of our team, will be there to greet you and show you around.  You’ll also see Sandra and Joyce and more of our kitchen staff when they come to lend a hand baking at the new location or for special events and cooking demonstrations.

…and making room for more

At Reesor’s our priority is to support and sell local food. We’re excited to have more room at our new location to provide you with a select range of fresh vegetables and fruits from Ontario as well a selection of out-of-season produce from other regions.  When shopping at Reesor Farm Market, you know that food is coming from group of farmers providing you with Ontario fruits and vegetables in addition to what is grown at our farm on the Ninth Line.  Some of those same farmers and some new ones will now be providing you with your daily produce needs at Reesor’s Market & Bakery.

What’s new?

One new area at Reesor’s will be a selection of Ontario cut flowers.   A new addition to our food selection will be gourmet cold cuts.  These high quality meats have been sourced by Shirley who has many years of experience and expertise in the deli business and knows where to get the very best cold cuts in Ontario.

You may have noticed that the dairy case has already started to expand at Reesor Farm Kitchen.  Our new store will have an even wider choice of Ontario, Quebec, and other cheeses for you to taste.  Be sure to try the new Pinehedge Farm yogourt and sour cream—they are delicious.