Vadasz Deli specialise in lactic Acid fermentation - their sauerkraut, kimchi and pickles are traditionally cured using English cabbage, natural salt and spices. Based in Hackney, East London, they have been brining since 2011.
Their recipes are inspired by their family’s history and Hungarian Jewish heritage. their New Greens/1/2 Sours are based on the pickles Nick Vadasz’s Grandmother would make every the summer and have been received with great enthusiasm at the markets, respecting a long but now diminishing tradition of Jewish delis serving such pickles in London.
Fascinated by the taste and smell of sauerkraut and pickles from an early age, Nick is still excited by them and the magical process of lactic acid fermentation; transforming simple vegetables into something special; adding value, taste and preserving tradition.
Pickles, especially Sauerkraut and Kimchi, are original value added food heroes and there is also a growing interest in the health benefits of krauts and kimchis and the role of good bacteria in our diets.
Nyborg's Kitchen on Shooter's Hill in South East London bakes Danish Ryebread & Cinnamon Buns in small batches using family recipes & organic English milled flour.
Gary Sycamore sells his locally grown fresh produce – vegetables, fruit and flowers in aid of a nearby charity.
The Harington Scheme in Highgate, now in its 35th year, is a horticultural training scheme for young adults with learning difficulties – charity no. 279376. Their motto is “Learning to Grow, Growing to Learn”.
Steve Page has been making Sauces and Preserves for 8 years under the CareGrow name. His speciality is using Chilli Peppers, all of which are grown in his back garden in Eltham. In 2010 he started entering some of his products in The Great Taste Awards, run by the Fine Food Guild, and, to date, he has won 7 Gold Awards including the much coveted Triple Gold Award, which he received for his Triple Citrus Marmalade. Steve also grows a variety of fruit and vegetables, which he uses in his products, and tries to source raw materials from farmers at the markets he attends.
His products are gluten-free, dairy-free and salt-free, and do not contain any artificial ingredients.
Gupta’s have been established in the manufacturing of Indian food and sweets business in North London since 1979. Husband and wife team Rakhi and Rikki Gupta joined the street food market scene two years ago with their aim being to bring their traditional authentic food available to all. Food is their passion!
At Gupta’s their mission is to bring to all their “generations old” authentic Northern Indian recipes using the best quality locally sourced ingredients possible.