Herne Hill Market

Chillimamas was established by Frances 4 years ago in her home kitchen in Hayes, Kent.

Chillimamas makes jams and chutneys mainly from organically grown fruit and veg from her garden. Any extra ingredients are usually sourced locally from friends and neighbours gardens. Each year Frances grows red hot chillies which she makes into her popular SWEET CHILLI JAM and her HOT HOT CHILLI SAUCE.

You can find Chillimamas once a month at Herne Hill Farmers Market where you can see and taste all her delicious range of tasty products.


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Brockleby's are third generation farmers from the Leicestershire/Nottinghamshire border and multi award winning pie makers. Not only do they make the world famous Melton Mowbray Pork Pies with free range pork they also make the only organic one in the world.

They have an extensive range of hot savoury pies all made from locally grown free range meat. This range includes the much talked about Wild Beaver Pie, championship Steak & Ale pie made with Beaver Ale and Longhorn Beef.

Brockleby's have listened to there loyal customer base and a Gluten Free Pie is on its way.

Fruition Preserves

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Wendy Yates launched Fruition Preserves in summer 2014. As a passionate home cook and preserver, she set about developing a delicious range of artisan preserves but with a difference...fruit compotes and handmade ketchups.

Fruition now offer a range of four flavour-packed ketchups (with lower sugar & salt and no artificial preservatives), eight French-style fruit compotes (gently stewed, sweetened & delicately flavoured), a sumptuous granola (rich mix of oats, nuts and seeds coated in apple compote & honey, gently toasted and finished with juicy raisins) and a range of special Christmas products.

Primary ingredients are seasonal and wherever possible sourced from farms in Kent and Sussex and all products are cooked in small batches at home in Clapham, London SW4. Fruition is passionate about local, flavourful, natural food. You can find us every other week at Herne Hill Market.


Brick House Bakery

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Brick House is an artisan bakery based in East Dulwich, South East London, run by husband and wife team, Fergus and Sharmin Jackson. Their bakery specialises in San Francisco style slow fermentation sourdough breads, made using traditional methods and just a few simple ingredients; flour, water, sea salt and naturally occurring yeast. All Brick House's loaves are hand made over two days, baked on stone, and use organic flour and other wholesome ingredients including nuts, seeds, grains and dried fruit.. Their Peckham Rye is the current holder of the Real Bread Campaign’s London Loaf, and won several awards including best baguette at last year’s World Bread Awards, and were named one of London’s top 5 bakeries in The Financial Times Weekend Magazine. As well as their weekly stall at Herne Hill market, Brick House has recently opened their first bakery cafe on Zenoria Street, London SE22.

Riverdale Organic Farm

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Edwin and Karen started the organic farm in 1996. Both being trained in conventional agriculture and food production ,they believed in a better, more sustainable way to produce healthier food, both for the consumer and the planet.

They grow a wide range of protected crops in the poly-tunnels from cherry tomato, herbs, aubergine through to salad crops, carrot, pak choi, spinach and chard to name but a few. Over the year they grow an average of 110 different products.

Riverdale Farm are continually renovating and rejuvenating their ancient orchards to once again produce the old favourites such as Bramley, Worcester & Lord Lambourne as well as planting new varieties , specially selected for their flavour and disease resistance. Plums greengage and pear trees also feature in the orchard.

They also grow more specialist crops such as french beans, spring onion raspberries, strawberries, okra, cuecmelons and like to experiment with different crops each year. These will include crops such as melons peas etc.

They like to sell at farmers markets as we they appreciate the closeness to the customer and the feedback that they get from them. This also fits in with the wide range of produce that they grow throughout the year.