Herne Hill market. Also a guest producer at Alexandra Palace market.
Their Du Grappin range of wines are made with Summer days in mind and are available by refillable bottle, #Bagnum and Bag-in-Box; packaging that reduces carbon foot-print by up to 80% compared to traditional glass and is wallet-friendly too. Pay a small deposit for a refillable bottle or bring your own sealable bottle of any size from home and leave with hand made Rosé, Rouge or Blanc. Headed to the park? Don’t forget to ask for an ice cold #Bagnum.
Alexandra Palace and Oval markets.
Quality, sustainability and provenance is paramount part of Ebby’s Kitchen. They get their free- range meat from Grove Farm in Essex, our organic ingredients from Riverdale Farm in Canterbury who also trade at the market and source their suppliers carefully. All their Halloumi Cheese is produced in the UK and they are great believers of supporting local family businesses.
Their Kofte Wraps (Durum), Halloumi Wraps and loving made Meatballs and Bulgur rice are our most popular dishes. Ebru gets pleasure out of making her own organic chilli sauces and organic natural yogurt which she uses for her mint sauce and marinates all her Koftes freshly using traditional herb mix. Ebby’s Kitchen prepare the Koftes fresh on the day and work hard to deliver a good experience.
They love serving their regulars and having a chat and meeting new people.
Ebby’s Kitchen are NCASS registered.
Herne Hill and Hammersmith markets.
Tartiflette is prepared and cooked on site in an enormous pan and the generous portion is ready to eat on the spot or as many do take away to re-heat for dinner at home. It's accompanied with a salad garnish and French vinaigrette.
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.
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.
Alexandra Palace, Oval, and Herne Hill markets.
The organic dairy farm is situated just outside Bath around the village of Kelston. The three cheeses always on sale at CCFM are: Bath Soft Cheese, a soft cheese similar to camembert that dates from Admiral Nelson time; the Wyfe fo Bath, a nutty and sweet semi-hard cheese similar to a Gouda; and the Bath Blue Cheese, which won 'Best Cheese in the World' at the World Cheese Awards in 2014. The cheese is currently made in the same stone building where cheddar was made back in 1920'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.
Alexandra Palace and Oval markets.
Their goods can be purchased from several farmers markets. Sausages and pork burgers in rolls are also sold at these markets.
Alexandra Palace and Herne Hill markets.
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.
Alexandra Palace, Stepney, Oval, and Herne Hill markets.
Perry Court Farm at Garlinge Green near Canterbury (not be confused with similar named farms) begun in 1953 where previous generations of the family started converting it to organic methods.
The Kent based farm is now managed by Patrick Brockman, a third generation farmer who has been farming using organic methods since his very first day. Patrick says “that after 6 decades of organic management our soil is as fertile and free of agro chemicals as is possible”.
They specialise in the production and supply of Organic, Heritage and Wild varieties of vegetables, salads, fruits, herbs and additional select produce with crops grown over approximately 45 acres of Fields, Polytunnels and Glass House. They focus heavily on harvesting our leaf and salad crops within 24 hours of them arriving at market, thereby maintaining one of the shortest supply chains and the freshest produce.
They also work closely on cropping and marketing for a number of small partner farms who share the same values as us in terms of quality local organic produce supplied direct to consumers. This enables a viable outlet for the partner farms and supplies them with crops not suited to our own soils.
Their market staff also share our passion for Organic and Bio-Dynamic produce and are an incredibly knowledgeable and well informed bunch who love talking vegetables!
Alexandra Palace, Oval, Manor House Gardens and Herne Hill markets.
One of London’s leading producers of lovingly hand-crafted bread, cakes and patisserie, they supply outstanding produce to the most dynamic and discerning establishments in London. These include top restaurants, hotels, delicatessens and food-halls, amongst others. Using knowledge and techniques passed down and finessed over countless generations, they bake from scratch using natural ingredients, and all our bread is shaped by hand.
Caring for the environment and creating a sustainable existence are integral, driving forces behind how they run their business. The provenance of their ingredients matters to them, and they pride themselves on having forged relationships with a number of suppliers over the years who share our values and ethos. 100% of their food waste is either recycled into animal feed or donated to local community projects. All food resources are precious, and it is important to them that they treat them as such.
Using natural leavens, and the simple ingredients of flour, water and salt, they create a wide range of sourdoughs, from young, creamy and sweet loaves to the more mature sourdoughs which have a real kick to the flavour. Not using yeast in their sourdough breads also makes them easier to digest. Their beautiful range of pastries and cakes are also made fresh each day on site, with authentic methodology and scrupulous attention to detail.
They recently acquired a new boat and will be catching line-caught bass of Portland next month. Soon they will also be demonstrating fish prep and cooking on the stall once a month - watch this space!
If you’re looking for a versatile way to add spice and flavour to your dishes, look no further. Chilli Parmar’s range of chutneys and sauces are not only delicious, but they provide authentic Gujarati flavours and unrivalled punch thanks to their use of fresh ingredients and much-loved family recipes. The range, passed down the generations include Green Chilli Sauce, Red Chilli Sauce, Scotch Bonnet Sauce and frozen flavour pods – all are the perfect accompaniment to curries, samosas, pakoras and variety of other Indian delicacies, but are equally as tasty served with pastas, salads and sandwiches, or simply used as a marinade for veg, meat or fish. Spice up your meals!
All the products are gluten free & vegan friendly.
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”.
They use small batch hand roasted coffee from the Volcano roastery in West Norwood.
The beans are directly sourced from Peru, organic and Fairtrade.
Their Hot chocolate is made from fantastic Coco Loco organic hot chocolate from West Norwood.
Their tea is Organic Tea from a family company in Sydenham.
They use Organic milk sourced directly from Goodwood farm in Sussex.
Agua Na Boca in English means “MOUTHWATERING” and the word says it all. The owner, Andre Gailey Coutinho has been working in the Hospitality Business in London for the past 14 years. With his passion for food, he was looking to bring some of Brazil’s most popular food to the streets of London.
So here it is… a food stall with a difference! Agua Na Boca sells Brazillian delicacies such as Salgadinhos (pastry savouries), Gourmet Brigadeiros (chocolate truffles) and Churros ( delicious doughnuts filled with chocolate or salted caramel) from his tricycle.
Agua Na Boca also provides catering services for parties and you can hire our food stall to make Churros at your party.
Herne Hill and Alexandra Palace markets
Nick & Jacob at Fosse Meadows run a high welfare, slow grown free-range chicken farm in Leicestershire.
The key difference with our chicken is the age that we grow it to – 81 days minimum. This is 4 weeks longer than normal free range and a couple of weeks longer than organic. This produces a super tasty chicken – like chicken used to taste with flavour and texture to the meat. Come Christmas, geese, cockerels and turkeys are on the scene, again all grown slowly for more flavour.
Our Chickens have been recommended by James Martin on Saturday Kitchen, and by Diana Henry – local resident to Ally Pally farmers’ Market and author of ‘A Bird in the Hand: Chicken Recipes for Every Day and Every Mood’.
Tiger Spring Tea established in 2007 and was originally London based. This small loose tea company has now moved to Kent where they scent their own Real Earl Grey and blend their English Breakfast tea and other teas. They offer high quality English Peppermint sourced directly from the farm and a range of green and caffeine free teas.
They trade at farmers markets in London, Kent and Surrey. You can also buy their teas online, and they supply wholesale to cafes and delicatessens.
Oval, Hilly Fields and Herne Hill markets.
Aston's Bakery have been innovating new breads for the past 35 Years. Their portfolio of products have grown with the changing trends encouraging them to have an outstanding variety of breads, pastries and cakes. They are constantly creating new products and working with wholesale customers on bespoke products.
Aston’s are a traditional bakery which gives them great flexibility when producing wholesale breads so please contact the bakery any time: 01488 674 717
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.
Alexandra Palace, Oval and Herne Hill markets.
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!