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Food at the August Market

August 1, 2011

Just a quick update on the food situation at the August market – As Stirchley Wines will be down in that London representing the homeland at the Great British Beer Festival they won’t be making an appearance at the market this month. Likewise Leverton and Hall’s are visiting the big smoke for a different reason so they won’t be there either. We are seeing the return of the fantastic cheese stall by Capeling and Co though, and Loaf and South Birmingham Food Co-op have decided to team-up on their new fresh bread and general provision stall. There’ll be great fresh produce from barrow boy, jam and chutney’s from Artisan Preserves, cupcakes from Frost and Snow, speciality drinks by Jo’s Coffee to go…, and plants and preserves from Martineau Gardens. In addition we have a few new stallholders joining us…

Selly Oak based Afia’s will be there selling fresh home cooked Indian food such as samosa’s and pakoras, with a special line in gluten free products. A new local business called Jackrabbit will also be present selling herbs and spices, which will be a great addition to the market. Finally Urban Harvest will be there telling us about this great new food social enterprise and probably letting us taste some lovely preserves too!

Hope to see you there tomorrow…

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. Elizabeth permalink
    August 1, 2011 8:19 pm

    Please can you tell me how I find out the dates and times of the community market? I joined this mailing list in the hope that it would give me this information, but so far I have missed the market as I cannot find out.
    Thank you

  2. tracey permalink
    August 19, 2011 9:52 am

    i live in stirchley and would like to do a stall how do i go about this ??????

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