Stellenbosch Fresh Goods Market

Oude Libertas, Oude Libertas St

Stellenbosch Fresh Goods Market

Piață agroalimentară / Piață volantăHealthy DiningOrganic/Local Food


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The Stellenbosch Fresh Goods market is an authentic Slow Food market consisting of producers selling products they have sourced, grown, raised, harvested, caught, preserved or transformed themselves. The market place is located on the Dorpstreet square in Bosman's Crossing trading village in Stellenbosch and is open every Saturday from 9am to 2pm.

The Stellenbosch Fresh Goods market conveniently brings together a variety of fine foods and wines. You will experience an ancient way of shopping in a modern context and find the real story on how food is farmed. Goods with known provenance are sold fairly... no long cold storage, no over processed chemically laden foods, no excessive food miles or doubtful production methods. Customers get to taste before they buy and you can bargain and swap recipes in the process. Our food is fresh seasonal and locally grown making it simple, nourishing and delicious. By trading the food grown on the urban edges directly from the producers we are aiming to make the food chain more sustainable and environmentally sensitive.

Come and support your friend and neighbour, the small scale artisan producer of fine foods who uses only the freshest ingredients and makes your food with care.

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