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We are officially closed for the season! 

 
As we reflect on all that 2020 was, it can feel like a lifetime has passed since we rang in the year. We have truly lived (and aged!?) several years in the last 365 days.
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Thank you for making our 2020 season special and successful despite of all the upheaval. You showed up for us in amazing ways and we couldn’t be more grateful. We learned so much about ourselves, connected to what was most important, cried, felt frustrated and got back up. We wouldn’t be here without your endless support of all we do.
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We will be heading into 2021 with an overwhelming amount of gratitude for all that we have gained this year. It may not have been in ways we had planned or expected but the good is there and we cannot wait to make more of that goodness next year.
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🥂Cheers to this new year! 
 
We will reopen on Easter 2021!🐰 
 
 
Be sure to check out our BLOG for awesome new recipes and helpful tips!

Hope and hand soap to all!

The Murphy’s Team

Murphy's In The News

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Virtual Homestead Holiday Cooking Class

The 'Home for the Holidays' online experience from Murphy's Farm Market and Bakery will be released soon!

Hollis English on the community's "Women of Influence" list

Hollis English grew up on Murphy’s farm and 10 years ago took over the Murphy’s Farm Market and Bakery in Alliston...

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'I just wanted to give them that memory back,' Prom night held at Alliston farm

For some, the dresses had already been purchased and altered before the pandemic took hold and changed the course of the school year. But the folks at an Alliston family farm decided their student workers weren't going to miss out.

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Family farm whips up new ways to serve customers

BARRIE, ONT. -- A family-run business in Alliston is whipping up creative ways to serve customers.

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INFO Simcoe - Murphy's Farm Market & Bakery

The team at Murphy's have made it even easier to make and purchase delicious treats!

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Ontario Morning from CBC Radio with Wei Chen

Hollis English an owner of Murphy’s Farm Market and Bakery in Alliston explains how being forced to adapt during the pandemic has actually allowed them to expand their business model.

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Murphy’s Farm Market: Resourceful and Resilient during COVID-19

“If you’re willing to dive in, and change when something isn’t working, be adaptable—which farmers are—we can do anything,” shares Hollis English, co-owner of Murphy’s Farm Market and Bakery.