Welcome to the Nelson Farmers' Market
Go to the NEWS page to see our monthly newsletter of activities and stallholders Click Here
Or follow the links to check out the stallholders pages Click Here
Check out some pictures of our stallholders and their winter produce Click Here
or Click below to recieve our monthly Newsletter.
NELSON FARMERS MARKET
11 Am - 4 Pm
IN MORRISON SQUARE
52 weeks of of the Year
- New Stalls -
Country Blooms - Fresh night scented stocks and annemonies
Omame - Fresh Locally grown Natto,Tofu and Honey soy cakes
As well as our fantastic regular stalls you will find some querky seasonal stalls too, Come down, check it out and find out why all the best shopping is locally produced...
to see a list of current stallholders and Click Here
to go to contact details for our local growers and stallholders
New Season Stallholders...
fresh cheese hand made on the farm! Come down and grab some hot cheese on toast
Kombucha and other ferments in multiple delicious flavours! has to be tried to be believed. and its good for you!!!
CAROLYNS FARMHOUSE FOOD AND FERMENTS - fermented dosas and delicious chutney with sauerkraut and other fermented products.
Riverina Figs and Almonds - Gill and Graham with fresh and dried figs, Almond butter and other delicious products! (once per month)
Golden Hill Walnuts - Jocelyn
delicious fresh walnut oil, meal and shelled walnuts ready for eating, baking or gifts! Click Here for her latest updates - (at market once per month)
NFM welcomes school groups interested in having a tour of the market.
Come eat real good food and support your local community grow real food!
We also sponsor school gardens.
If you are interesting in more information please come into the market or email email@example.com
• The Freshest fresh picked food for the most nutrition per mouthful you can buy.
To create a Nelson marketplace for the sale of fresh, nutritious, locally grown produce that is sold directly to the consumer, normally by local growers.
• To provide an attractive European-style market venue in a central square around a cafe where growers and shoppers are able to communicate directly with one another.
• To encourage this 'one on one' connection as it gives feedback to the growers who are then able to adapt their production to the special needs of the buying public.
• To work closely with local producers of high quality fruits, vegetables and other food items, nearby communities, non-profits and charities, for the enrichment of all our lives.
We are looking for more stallholders!
Farmers, why not come and sell it at the Farmers' Market? Ph: 0220102776 or email firstname.lastname@example.org