Great places to mingle with other ‘real foodies’, and find original and fresh produce – nothing beats the atmosphere of hungry anticipation that hovers over a local food market. You just need to know where, and when. The Real Food Guide brings you that info – here.
Here we list some of the most recently added real food markets.
East Sussex - Come to Rye Farmers Market for great tasting, local, seasonal produce. Our producers raise, grow, catch, bake and make their own goods in or near Rye....Read More
Kent - This Market was establised so the Tonbridge community would have the opportunity to buy local. After a little work, planning and a few cups of tea, Tonbridge Farmers Market was launched June 12th. Now you can come along every 2nd Sund...Read More
London - The Real Food Market on London's Southbank has become a real food lover's destination....Read More
Scotland - Portobello Organic Market compliments Portobello’s already vibrant and thriving High Street, selling local and organic fruit, veg, meat, baking, and more....Read More
London - South Kensington Farmers' Market is one of Kensington's premier foodie destinations and is a real hit with locals on Saturdays when the street is closed off for all to shop till their hearts content....Read More
Somerset - Held on the first Saturday of each month, this busy farmers market also has guest musicians, artists and a cafe, in the pretty setting of the Hollies Gardens, just off the High Street....Read More
Somerset - An outdoor canopy market on the 4th Saturday of each month, with up to 24 stall holders offering treats from the West Country....Read More
Somerset - A weekly market with 17 food stallholders adding their delicious wares to the popular general market in this historic city setting....Read More
Somerset - A busy outdoor food market which takes place in the High Street next to the Clock Tower on the second Saturday of each month....Read More
Somerset - An established market held in the shadow of the historic Abbey and Tor, on the fourth Saturday of every month....Read More