Last market for 2018

End 2018 with a delicious Marlborough Farmers Market breakfast or brunch with friends and family.

And pick up supplies for the holidays, camping, tramping and the New Year’s dinner table.

Come along to the last market for 2018.

See you Sunday, 9 til noon, rain or shine

Cooking demo

Need a guilt free wholesome diet after all the Christmas chocolates? Maia Ahimsa from Earthbound will be doing a 30-minute workshop on ‘Shedding light on a plant-based wholefoods diet – debunking 5 common myths’. 

She will also be bringing along homemade Bliss Balls for tasting and sharing her recipe.

Times: 10.30-11.00am

Where: take a seat next to the busker by the demo kitchen

Last market brunch in 2018

Enjoy the last Marlborough Farmers market breakfast or brunch in 2018.

Relax in the beautiful atmosphere of the market, with your friends, family and the kids.

Long Acre Kitchen, the Gourmet Deli, Feast Merchants, The Swiss Butcher, and Pedros will be there to fill all hungry tummies.

Market Highlights

Tis the season for summer fruit and we have plenty of variety at the market – strawberries, blueberries, apricots, plums, nectarines, cherries, blackberries…

FRUT4U

Stock up your fruit bowls and picnic baskets with tree ripened yellow peaches and nectarines and hopefully…weather depending white flesh and yellow flesh apricots

Thank you everyone for your patience and wait in the long queue last week…we hope you enjoyed your delicious tree ripened stone fruit and we look forward to bringing you more deliciousness this week.  Some varieties are running behind due to all this wet, murky weather…so may have limited supplies of some fruits this weekend. 

Andrew and Sue

Traditional Country Preserves

Need a gift for someone special? Traditional Country Preserves has tasty small thank you gifts and baskets for birthdays and anniversaries.

Margaret is busy catching up on products sold out of over the last few weeks and started processing the new seasons fresh fruit supplies from other Farmers market shareholders.

A big thank you to all our customers that have made 2018 such a great year and last Sunday and our best ever day and to fellow stallholders for your help, fellowship and fun.

The Purple Patch

Go and see Judith for the first of the new season’s crop of spray free dwarf green and butter beans – perfect for New Year’s dinner.

Add some sunflowers and callas to the dining table and some lemons to the fruit bowl.

We are spoilt for choice with flowers. You will find more flowers at the Potshed, and from Verve. Meander the market to find your favourites.

BBQ, tramping, entertaining?

The market now offers plenty of carnivore choices for the dinner table.

Long Acre Farm – free range, locally farmed pork

Peter the Swiss Butcher – European BBQ sausages (GF), cured meats for the meat and cheese board, and cured Swiss recipe sausages for camping and tramping (GF). Grass fed, NZ born and raised quality meats.

Nyama – Biltong for camping, tramping, nibbling.

Mabels English Pork Pies – ideal for a picnic, outing, or lunch

Ngamahau Fishery – for the freshest Cook Straight catch

Craft – delightful French paté, terrines and parfait

PS: If you haven’t already, don’t forget to join us on FaceBook.

See you this Sunday from 9am – 12pm at the Marlborough Farmers’ Market!