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Farmers Markets in Stoke Newington

Stoke Newington Farmers Market
High Street
Stoke Newington
London

N16 7UY | View map
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Every Saturday 10am to 2.30pm
Judged one of the three best food markets in the UK in the 2010 BBC Food and Farming Awards, the Stoke Newington Farmers' Market is the only weekly all-organic farmers' market in the UK. While buying delicious food, you are helping to support small, sustainable farms and farmers - most from within 60 miles of Hackney. By buying direct from the producers you can find out exactly how your food was produced and these small farmers can get the regular income that they need to flourish.
The market has a wide range of produce including chicken, lamb, rare-breed beef, sausages, pork, eggs, raw milk, buffalo cheeses, bread, vegetables, salad leaves, cakes, organic wines and beers, seasonal fruit, sea fish, mushrooms, organic pasta and chocolate. There is an organic coffee stall at the market and you can enjoy a Turkish borek or a bacon roll from one of the hot food stalls alongside your latte.



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