Our farmers’ markets offer the freshest local food to Londoners every week. Meet the farmers, fishermen, growers and bakers who all share a passion for home grown products.
Raw milk at London Farmers' Markets
Rosie and Dave Paull of Hurdlebrook Dairy have been selling with us since 1999 and are famed for the quality of their unpasteurised Somerset milk.
See the Guardian article on their milk here:
The Food Standards Agency are asking for your comments about RDM; if you buy and want to continue to buy raw milk, do let them know. http://www.food.gov.uk/news-updates/consultations/consultations-england/2014/rawmilk-consult#.UvIvYrRr-MtRead more
What's in season
Delicious brassicas, wonderful dark kale including the tasy curly leaf, Russian kale and the long leaf Cavollo Nero. Cabbages, cauliflowers, carrotsRead more
Farmers' Market Piemaker Rates Top in Pie League
We always like to sing the praises of the hard-working food producers selling on our markets, and it's always great when people agree with us!
Pierate.co.uk have rated over 250 pies in the country, and have placed one of Paul's Pies top of the list after travelling to Notting Hill Farmers' Market to review it this month. See the review here.
We've been singing the praises of Paul's baking skills for some time, and are well aware that this is a well deserved accolade.
Two Tempting Tuesdays
Two new Tuesday farmers markets launched on September 24th 2013. London Bridge Farmers Market is located on a peaceful green square just next to the Shard. South Kensington already has a Saturday market on Bute Street and the new South Kensington Tuesday farmers market is just down the road at Imperial College by Queens Lawn and Queens Tower. Both new markets are a great place to unwind for lunch with lots of hot food on offer but also THE place to pick up fresh seasonal food straight from the farm.Read more
The strawberry life
Strawberry season is in full swing, a sigh of relief from the twenty farms who grow and sell soft fruit at our farmers markets in London. Some farm conventionally, some are organic, a couple are biodynamic.
If you’ve always taken your strawberries for granted, spare a thought for the growers. It’s not as easy to produce a crop of luscious berries as you may think. Some of our growers waited a long time for enough good weather so that they have a large enough crop to bring to London.
There are amazing varieties of strawberries at all of our markets.Read more