Welcome to the Nelson Farmers' Market
Open Every Wednesday
52 weeks of of the Year
11am - 4pm
ASTHMA AWARENESS WEEK
DANCE FOR ASTHMA
- THE MOTUEKA ZUMBA CREW -
are coming to showcase their styles and rhythm at the market this Wednesday the 22nd from 12 till 1.30 raising awareness for the asthma society annual appeal! Come down (join in?!?) and have some fun!
Greg with his Zetar
A chance to experience the beautiful moving sounds of the Zetar at the market this Wednesday
1.30 - 3.30pm
- Taste The World -
Nelson Farmers Market
29th May 2013
-German and French Cuisine-
and samples of delicious traditional european cuisine. Come and explore a culture through their food.
All prepared with local Nelson ingredients.
Perfect recipes for Autumn and Winter Cooking
Bratwurst Grill: German small goods & sausages in rolls for lunch and take home: Doris
- New Season -
-Richmond Red Cheese-
from Neudorf Dairy
Come and try some Gold medal award winning Sheep cheese from our local Neudorf Valley
Ever needed that instant fix - something delicious nutritious and full of flavour grab a bag of Ians Nutty cashew or peanut D'lites. Grab his great deals - one for you, one for later and one for a friend!
The Bratwerst Grill has some of the best German sausages and cured meats in town. Come and solve all your sausage emergencies in one stop!
ENZBee Honeys have Medicinal herbal, Manuka and Native Bush Honeys to keep off the winter ills and blues. Try a hot Ginger and Honeydew and feel the blues wash away...!
Good and Tasty
are back this week with amazing german cheesecake, prezels, vegetarian and meat lovers quiche, Haselhof chocolate brownies and a seasonal range of cakes and sweet treats - YUM!
NEW STALLS THIS MONTH:
-Blue Harvest Walnuts-
Nutty local superfood shelled or unshelled
- Sensational Pears - Organic pear juice by the glass or bladder, and some incredible tasting new season pears to try and take home!
As well as our fantastic regular stalls and querky seasonal surprise stalls, Come down to check it out and get all the best shopping locally...
FRESH IN SEASON STALLS THIS MONTH:
Brookfield Certified Free Range Eggs: Lynda
Community: Tony's Plant Stall
Don Rodrigo & Co. - Empanadas and pesto or roast Tomato Sourdough breads
Enzbee Honey: local honey and medicinal plants: Warren
Good& Tasty: European delights including cheese cake, stollen and German pretzels
Grown In Hope: Brent [organic fruit & vegetables]
Heatherdale Orchards: Fruit & vegetables fresh and affordable from Steve & team
Lav Kokonas: Spray free, fair trade sustainably sourced and low carbon coconut oil.
Lowe's Orchard: Peaches, Necterines, Apples & Fresh chilled Old Fashioned Apple Juice from Andrew and Sue
Okainamu Farm: Certified Organic produce from the farm and orchard of Jeremy
Neudorf Dairy: Come and see Michael for an award winning range of beautiful Sheep Cheese
Nutty D'lites - Hot Crunchy caramelised almonds, cashews and peanuts from Ian
Posh Puffs: Handcrafted, gourmet marshmallows in a choice of flavours. from Sarah and Clare
Sensational Pears: Fresh organic pears and pear juice by the glass or 3L bag.
Small Beginnings: Over 70 different varieties of flower and vegetable seedlings, microgreens & plants from Richard & Lyn,
The Italian Kitchen: Fresh pastas & lunch food from Vinnie & Janine
The Little Squeeze: Damaris offers fresh juice, frozen berry ice creams and smoothies and hot waffles.
The Wrap Shack: Salad wraps and lunch food: Richard
Vedic Organic Vegetables - grown in love by the Hare Krishnas in Motueka
Zeaola: Fresh Rape Seed Oil: Linda
Our Promise To You:
• 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.
Come and grab a fresh bread, a healthy oil or a plethora of feijoas, nashis, apples, corn, ...
We are looking for more stallholders!
Farmers, why not come and sell it at the Farmers' Market? Ph: 0220102776 or email email@example.com