WhamBam Mother Bhumi

Herne Hill market.







WhamBam-Mother Bhumi pride themselves on making the best bhajias and pakoras that money can buy and they are cooked right in front of you. They buy in wholegrain rice, lentils and spices, grind them themselves, mix up the batter, dip in some seasonal local organic veg, pop them into some sunflower oil and hey presto! They are irresistibly delicious nutritious allergen-free snacks which everyone can enjoy with a choice of dips to really tickle your tastebuds.

If you can't eat them right away then you can take a cold bag home to reheat and maybe even tell your friends you made them yourself! They are at Herne Hill market twice monthly and have been in the pakora business for 16 years now. It might seem crazy but they really do get better all the time! For those who care, they also have a very vigilant environmental policy which means they serve you on biodegradable trays and compost or recycle/reuse much of their waste. They use their sunflower oil once or twice only and then it becomes biodiesel. They are also gluten-free and vegan. This is food for the future!

Galeta

Alexandra Palace and Herne Hill markets.




In 2011 with but a bundle of hand baked treats and a humble market stall, two sweet toothed pioneers sought to change the baked good trade of London - and did.

Today the Galeta range boasts eight flavours of cookies, a wide selection of yummy cakes, the infamous cronut, award winning brownies and pasties de natas. All products are still baked by hand using 100% natural ingredients.

True to their roots, Galeta can be found at several farmers markets as well as delivering daily to more than 200 delis, cafes, restaurants and doorsteps across the UK.

Brockleby’s

Alexandra Palace market



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.

Artisan Foods

Alexandra Palace Market






Artisan Foods is a small independent bakery in Hackney Wick, East London.

All their products are handmade from scratch without preservatives and artificial flavours. Just time, high quality ingredients and expertise give their products their great taste.

They believe in good ingredients and traceability therefore they source as many of their ingredients as possible from local trusted producers: flour from Shipton Mill in Glouchestershire and FWP Matthews in the Cotswolds, seasonal English fruit and veg from Teds Veg in Lincolnshire and tomatoes from The Tomato Stall on the Isle of White, English free range eggs from hens who can roam about the field from dawn till dusk pecking, scratching and running about, and Yeo dairy products from local English farms.

email: susann@germandeli.co.uk

Gupta’s

Alexandra Palace market.

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.