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Farmers markets are the finest places to source your fresh fruit and vegetables, along with your meat, home baking and even arts and crafts in the United Kingdom. Farmers markets are governed by very strict rules and regulations that ensure that any food you purchase comes from farmers, growers, suppliers and producers all located within a small radius of the farmers markets themselves. This ensures that you can be certain you are eating only locally sourced, environmentally friendly foodstuffs that have a minimum carbon footprint; straight from the fields to your plate! Farmers markets are an excellent way to get to know your local merchants; not only will farmers themselves attend the markets but many smokers, butchers, bakers and various other trades will also attend so you can sample some of the finest tasting and highest quality foods available.

If you wish to be more aware of the origins of your foods then farmers markets are the perfect place for you to shop. You can provide the sellers with valued feedback about their produce and develop a rapport with local suppliers and providers of food, and if you are health concious then you will find farmers markets will quickly become must visit destinations on your weekly shop. If you have any queries or questions about the items you are purchasing you can ask the person who grew or reared the food personally, there are no middle-men or global corporations preventing you from finding out more about the food that you eat and feed to your friends and family.

You can also be certain that your food is healthy and fresh, and not full of artificial preservatives to keep it fresh on the shelves for longer. Many farmers who attend markets are fully certified as providers of organic produce; however even if the food you are purchasing is not organic you can rest assured that it is as wholesome and healthy as it can possibly be and best of all you will be supporting your local economy by purchasing from farmers markets. These markets are the healthy, fresh, vibrant and colourful shop front for local farmers and and providers across the United Kingdom.

From Derbyshire Farmers Markets all the way through to Suffolk Farmers Markets we have them all!

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Spring Lane Farm Shop (Farm Shop)
We are a family run retail business with a friendly staff team. Here at Spring Lane Farm we offer a range of fresh local vegetables, fruit, cheeses, preserves,...
Lancaster Farmers' Market
Every second Weds, 9.00am-2.00pm It is generally accepted by most farmers’ markets that stall holders must have grown, bred, caught, pickled, brewed...
Wakefield Farmers Market
Wakefield has a farmers' market on the second Saturday of each month, held in the Cathedral precinct, selling seasonal and other produce which the...
Leeds Farmers Market
Leeds Farmers market offers seasonal harvest fruit and vegetables, home made cakes, jams and chutneys, fresh eggs and organic vegetables to the more unusual...
Croots Farm Shop
Our farm shop offers a range of home grown and local food- fresh fruit and vegetables, home produced lamb, free range eggs,freshly baked bread,home made...
Saltaire Local Produce Market
The Yorkshire Region boasts some of the best local produce in the country, with fresh seafood from the east coast and fine produce from the Dales. Our...
Revills Farm Shop (Farm Shop)
Isabel Revill started the farm shop in 2003. At the local farmers market in Welland, Isabel met with local small producers of quality foods and some soon...
Lichfield Farmers Market
Lichfield Markets are operated by the Lichfield City Council. There are General Markets on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday each week. A Farmers' Market is held...
Alfreton Farmers Market
This Farmers Market is held on the 3rd Saturday of every month, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Pied Piper Promotions
Pied Piper Promotions have been organizing events for over 27 years. The markets are open every sunday morning, gates open at 6.30am. We have various...
Leek Farmers Market
Leek farmers market is one of the Peak Districts leading farmers markets. The market itself runs all day on the 3rd Saturday and 3rd Wednesday of the month.
Newton Farm Partners (Farm Shop)
This is the home of Newton Farm Foods. Newton Farm is a family farm with a butchery based on the farm. We specialise in locally produced, free range...
The Railway
The Railway Gourmet Night Sample Menu Grape, tarragon and shallot salad Warm smoked Haddock and black pudding timbale with a wholegrain mustard...
Leominster Market
Welcome to Herefordshire Farmers' Markets Group Website, where you will find information about how and where to buy some of the very best produce this lovely...
Swains Farm Shop (Farm Shop)
We have been established for over 25 years and we pride ourselves on our extensive selection of locally sourced produce and seasonal home grown vegetables. ...
Oakdene Farm Shop (Farm Shop)
Oakdene Farm Shop is run by Jane Richardson. In 2001 we decided to diversify our pig farm. The shop opened on 2nd June 2001 and we have been supplying both the...
Farmers’ Market for Brighton and Hove
Fresh and baked produce from around Sussex: Organic meat and vegetables, duck eggs, chutneys, award winning goats cheese, local meat pies and seasonal fruit....
Uttoxeter Farmers Market
Breakfast Week, Valentines Day, you name it, we've got it covered. Why go anywhere else, when you can buy local!! We are also proud to be supporting...
Worcester Farmers Markets
Worcestershire Farmers' Market Group was formed in Autumn 2000 to support the growth and development of Farmers' Markets across Worcestershire. The Group is a...
Burgess Hill Farmers Market
2nd   Thursday   Monthly  Wiltshire Farm Foods is the UK’s leading meals delivery service delivering more than 175 frozen delicious...
Wimbledon Park
Located in a school playground, this market is very popular with the local community. The market opened in May 2000 and is centrally situated in Wimbledon,...

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