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.
Natasha made her first bottles of cordial from an Elder tree by her allotment. At the time she was working for a consulting firm and needed a creative outlet to escape her boredom. She found herself foraging for more fruits in London, with bemused passers-by observing as she shook apple trees to get the juiciest fruit from the top of the tree.
With her first batches of cordials ready she stumbled into a farmers’ market, and when her entire stock of hundreds of bottles was sold over just a couple of weekends, what started as a fun idea suddenly felt like it could be a viable venture.
The Urban Cordial Company has moved on from foraging to buying their fruits from farms around London. Natasha and her team make their cordials by hand using only fruits that are in season. As a consequence, each batch is a little bit different, and the flavours rotate throughout the year to reflect the seasons.
For afters, or starters, or even both, try Opera Ice Cream.
Kerry is an opera singer, Spasko an ice-dreamer, and together they produce a homemade, locally sourced cold wonder. Identified last year by the Palmer's Green Community webmaster as 'the world’s best ice cream', and add in for 2015 frozen yoghurt and fruit (what?!) and it’ll be a warm welcome back from the market crowd!
Morgan’s are situated in the heart of Mid Wales and are a well established family business. They were founded in 1999, to run alongside the family live stock purchasing and farming enterprises. Originally based in Brecon, the second premises opened its doors in Builth Wells in 2001. In 2009 under the High Meadows welsh beef and lamb banner the business expanded into farmers’ markets - they are a guest producer at Alexandra Palace twice a month on 2nd & 4th Sundays.
Over the years Morgan’s have won many industry awards. Most recently in 2014 their products won a total of nine gold awards. Four of which were for their bacon - home cured, dry cured, farmhouse cured and sweet cured; one for a beef burger with caramelised onion and four for their sausages; plain farmhouse sausage, pork, leek and ginger sausage, pork and leek sausage and a Christmas festive sausage which consists of pork, apple, herb and cranberry.
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.