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The YUM Blog: Here’s What You’ll Be Eating at Folk Fest

The YUM Blog: Here’s What You’ll Be Eating at Folk Fest

You can’t enjoy four days of music on an empty belly! These vendors will be serving up delicious local, organic and fair trade food at the festival. We’re happy to welcome a few new vendors to Folk Fest this year! Take a scroll down the list - your tummy will start grumblin’ in no time!

Boon Burger Café

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Burrito Splendido

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Chocolatier Constance Popp

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Diversity Foods

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East India Company

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George Wakefield Foods

Ice cream novelties

Green Bean Coffee Imports

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Kawaii Crepe

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Lemon Heaven

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Lovey’s BBQ & Smokehouse

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NEW – Pioneer Meat - Smokin’ Haut

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A family-run business that’s been making farmer’s sausage for 40 years!

Santa Lucia Greek

Serving Greek food to Folk Festival patrons for over 20 years.          

Santa Lucia Pizza

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NEW – Shut Ur Pie Hole featuring Cornell Crème

Pies made from scratch with natural ingredients.

Skinners

Sukhothai

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NEW – The Walleye Wagon

Lake Winnipeg pickerel and Manitoba-grown potatoes.
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Whales Tails

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Classic Car-B-Que

Forbidden Flavours

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Gramma’s Kettle Korn

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Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods

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Festival Campground Food Vendors

Food for Folks

Fresh, healthy, local: a one stop farmers' market.
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Jonnies Sticky Buns

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The Red Ember

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Vilai’s Spice Box

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