The Ginger Beer Engine was invented and built by Gareth, their Ginger Beer Engineer, to dispense their homemade soft drinks. Based in Essex, they use only fresh ingredients, make all their drinks by hand and use a traditional Ginger Beer Plant to ferment their Ginger Beer.
Along with their regular flavours they also offer seasonal specials, such as ‘Lavender Lemonade’, ‘London Fields Forever’ or ‘Hot Spiced Ginger Beer’, which are made with home-grown or locally foraged produce wherever possible. You can enjoy their drinks by the cup (biodegradable of course!) or in bottles to share with friends at home. As featured in Time Out and The Evening Standard.
Oval and Hammersmith markets.
Lardon’s Piggy Baps are made from the most mouth-watering pulled pork, cooked for 10 slow long hours for that tender and juicy perfection, and served on large artisan baps accompanied by his homemade coleslaw.
Continuing the piggy theme, Lardon’s humungous sausage rolls are freshly cooked from his Victorian-style mobile oven.
All his products are homemade using fresh ingredients, British free range meat, and some ancient secret recipes, such as his grandmother’s ratatouille, which goes very nicely with a hot jacket potato and a dollop of cream.
Herne Hill, Oval, Hammersmith and Alexandra Palace markets
All of Limpopo’s Biltong, Drywors and Bites are old family recipes. Limpopo uses only prime, whole cuts of meat to craft his products. With Limpopo you can be assured of top quality products, genuine craftsmanship and, most importantly, unbelievable flavour.
Oval and Herne Hill markets
Spawned from a love of curing and smoking meat, James Eagle decided to try his hand at curing and cold smoking salmon. The results were fantastic and he eventually gave in to pressure from friends and family to make a business out of it. Inspired by working in Scandinavia where the combining of alcohol in the cure is common in gravlax, there is plenty of room for experimentation with different flavours and different wood smoke combinations.
Look for The Pished Pirate - salmon cured in spiced rum and grated ginger, smoked over oak and glazed with molasses. Or perhaps something more 'zingy'? Try their gin, citrus zest and dill cured salmon, lightly smoked over apple and alder wood, perfect with some sourdough, watercress and their mustard and dill sauce. Come and find James and Hermione (his long suffering vegan girlfriend) at Oval on Saturdays. and Herne Hill every other Sunday.
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.
Using all natural ingredients sourced from local and British suppliers whenever possible, fair-trade sugar and charcoal filtered water all the syrups are made in small batches and hand bottled and labelled. Flavours include our best seller Hibiscus, Chilli, Cardamon, Real Earl Grey, Vanilla and our Great Taste award winning Ginger as well as new and seasonal flavours on a regular basis.
All bottles of syrup are sold with a recipe card to get you started with your own experimenting, not only with cocktails, but all kinds of hot and cold drinks and kitchen creations. Mocktails are also available at the markets, so quench your thirst with one of our yummy varieties, made to order at our market stand.
They have received a One Rosette Award for Culinary Excellence. They cater for all parties on different occasions. You can find them in Lyric Square, Hammersmith Farmers Market on Thursdays to try their mouthwatering dishes.
Filipino cuisine has its foreign influences (Spanish, Chinese, Malay, Indian American) a combination of which has allowed it to evolve into its unique taste. Their mouth-watering dishes are meticulously prepared and have been inspired by various recipes from different regions of the Philippines.
Tel: 07766 073234 / 07826 554993
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!
The source of raw chocolate they produce from scratch is recognised as the highest quality cacao available (Ecuador), which they use to make their own nutritious versions of popular chocolate bars.
- Their taste is exceptionally good
- They are 100% vegan
- There is no added oil, sugar salt or artificial flavours in any of our products
From a very humble start, Nutural World presence and fame is growing at a fast pace. In addition to an online shop, Nutural World is proud to has a regular place at Alexandra Palace farmers market. Their products are also sold in some shops and delicatessen in North West London and Hertfordshire.
Their range is very comprehensive, from the inexpensive and common seed butters (e.g. sunflower and pumpkin) to the high end and unusual nut butters (e.g. Macadamia, Pecan, Pistachio and Pine nut). In the last few months they started to introduce spreads that are nut based, with some additional fruit or another nut. In that range they currently have Almond and Coconut, Hazelnut and Carob and Sesame and Dates. They are amazingly tasty and are fast becoming best sellers, with an increasing number of regular customers coming back week after week for their ‘must have’ supply. Their slogan is ‘Bringing Nuts to Life’ – and they look forward to bring some into yours!
Rowena can be found at Alexandra Palace Farmers Market once a month.
You can find out upcoming dates on her Facebook page:
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.
Oval and Herne Hill markets.
Kam-Alive – Fresh, Healthy, Raw chocolate. All their products are freshly made in Hertfordshire using Organic, Peruvian Criollo Cacao beans so you can enjoy the chocolate at its best, when the natural flavours are more intense and pronounced.
They hand-make a selection of delicious chocolates including melt in your mouth ganache made with fresh coconut milk, a chewy vegan caramel made from cashew nuts and a selection of bars mixed with different fruits, nuts and seeds. All without any refined sugar, dairy, gluten, additives or preservatives!
What’s Raw? Their chocolate is never been heated above 42 degrees celsius so that it keeps all its beautiful mineral properties intact at their most nutritious and delicious. They use the finest organically sourced nourishing super foods, fruits, nuts and seeds to enhance and enrich the taste of their chocolate so each bite is bursting with flavour. A small piece can give you a feeling of deep satisfaction and joy.
Suitable for those following a Vegan and Paleo diet.
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.
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!
Dee’s early career was under some of the best and most demanding chefs in Britain and Italy where a strong sense of quality from source to plate was instilled. In 2009 he entered a pie competition and won it hands down… since then the awards have come in thick and fast spurring him on with his ambition to create the Perfect Pie! To find out what the food industry experts have been getting excited about visit Dee’s stall where you will be spoilt for choice. Why not try the double award winners; ‘Steak & Ale’, ‘Chicken & Stilton’ and ‘Lamb & Rosemary’ or perhaps the gold star winners ‘Chicken & Fennel’, ‘Chicken & Chorizo’ and ‘Aubergine, Squash & Goats Cheese’ are more to your taste?
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.
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.
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”.
We pack our delicious dishes full of vegetables to ensure people get their 5-a-day in an easy, tasty way. All our meals are meat-free, low sugar and low fat, and many are gluten free, wheat free or dairy free.
We offer a range of wholesome curries, salads and pasties at Hammersmith Lyric Square, our best-selling dish being our Thai Green Vegetable Curry.
Thrive on Five has just published its first cookbook in hardback with 90 recipes and photographs. Thrive on Five is a London based company run by two mums, Randi Glenn and Nina Littler.
As well as their Bespoke Catering Services, they can be found, weekly, at many Farmers Markets, throughout London, where they offer a whole selection of freshly prepared classic and regional French dishes from recipes that have been passed down through generations. One can purchase a whole 3-course meal or a number of meals to reheat during the week.
They also cook in their large Paellera Pans, at our week-day markets, offering a varying choice of dishes to eat straight away; such as our Chicken, Seafood & Chorizo Paella or our 12hour slow roasted Confit Beef in a rich red wine, Dijon mustard & confit onion jus served with their irresitable creamy mash!
Over the past 10 years, they have grown in popularity but their values, quality and passion remain the same.
Souperb London offers customised, fresh, healthy, low calorie, gluten free and dairy free soups and smoothies.
They are made in front of the customer so they can see exactly what they are putting into their bodies. Customers are enticed to their stall due to its warm farm house kitchen-esque feel and the colourful chalk boards describing the delicious food that they have on offer. They are then amazed by the fresh colours of the vegetables/fruits displayed in their little “Soup pots” and “smoothie holders”. Here they are able to choose what they want in their soup/smoothie, and Souperb will add it to the blenders with delicious gluten free hot vegetable stock or water (depending on their choice), whizz it up and voila…a lovely warming colourful soup/smoothie made with fresh ingredients is before them. The best thing is, there is no secret ingredient! You know exactly how much salt/pepper/chilli etc is in your soup because you watched it being made! YUM!
Souperb are passionate at providing a healthy lunch/snack alternative @ £3.50!
They have recently been featured in The Londonist, top Gluten Free option for lunch!
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.
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 Oval markets.
They've recently opened a commercial brewing site in conjunction with Clarkshaws Brewery at The Beer Hive in Loughborough Junction with an onsite taproom open every Saturday from noon until dusk.
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.
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. However they hope to move into a new cheese dairy at some point in 2015.
Alexandra Palace, Oval, Herne Hill and Hammersmith markets
The farm was the first to promote “Try before you buy”, to encourage shoppers to taste the wide range of flavours available in their products.
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.
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 market.
Wildes Cheese started in June 2012 by Philip Wilton when he was made redundant from his job. We now supply a number of restaurants and deli’s across London. They sell direct to their customers at Borough and Alexandra Palace markets.
All their cheeses are made using traditional methods without the use of additives. Wildes only buy milk from a single source and they pay the farmer a reasonable rate for his milk (the milk is far superior and expensive compared to the supermarkets).
They make a range of cheese ranging from soft flavoured curd through to more traditional hard pressed English regionals. All the cheeses are made to their own secret recipes. All their cheese is vegetarian and made from unhomogonised and pasteurised milk.
Wildes also run cheese making courses from their dairy in Tottenham North London. Sign up for a newsletter at www.wildescheese.co.uk.
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.
Alexandra Palace market
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.
Barbara opened Tilly Trotter’s sweet shop at the Stables Market in Camden Town in 2011 selling quality British sweets and Devonshire fudge. For fun she created her own fudge flavours that proved so popular Barbara decided to make all the fudge herself and changed the shop’s name to Fudged Candy. The shop is now closed and Barbara sells her fudge at London based farmers markets including Alexandra Palace and Brixton Market.
She has developed a range of caramels to compliment the natural ingredients added to create new and interesting fudge flavours. Traditional flavours are also available and her fudge is freshly homemade.
Barbara is included as a case study on The Princes’ Initiative for Mature Enterprise (PRIME) website and has featured in national publications championing starting a business over the age of 50. A planned move to Kent in the near future Barbara intends to continue trading at quality farmers markets and grow Fudged Candy into a recognisable brand.
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.
Alexandra Palace and Herne Hill markets.
Their popcorn is high quality, always fresh and incredibly moreish. The kernels are mixed with molten sugar and pop at over 200 degrees to produce a huge, crisp popcorn which the sugar caramelises around. They then pour it out, sift it through to get rid of any unpopped kernels and those annoying bits that get stuck in your teeth, give it a dusting of salt, and bag it up fresh. Their popcorn is vegan, gluten- and nut-free and made with non-GM corn. They make all their popcorn live at markets, creating a large amount of noise and an amazing sugary smell which travels down the street!
They attend a mix of regular markets including regular pitches at Herne Hill Farmers Market and Alexandra Palace Farmers' Market, as well as a range of pop-up cinema and other events and festivals all over London throughout the year.
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!
Alexandra Palace, Stepney, Oval, Streatham and Herne Hill markets.
All of our cheeses bear the stamp of the research, zeal and commitment we put into our work. At our creamery, we chose to specialize in rich, complex and refined cheeses that render full justice to the quality of the milk and the art of cheese making. The cheeses are produced using traditional techniques passed on to us by a traditional cheese maker who luckily lived in the same village where we started making cheese. All of our cheeses are made from 100% goat milk produced by our milk supplier on a farm in the Cambridge area, who has a herd of pedigree dairy goats and is known world-wide for its high lactation and longevity. The goats on the farm are treated with care and respect, and enjoy excellent living conditions along with natural food that includes a variety of grains and alfalfa, free of any hormones or food additives.
Our unique approach is based on sincere passion for cheese making, and as a result every cheese is a work of art. Narnia’s policy is to use only natural, organic and GMO-free ingredients, so you know you are getting great produce without the nasties.
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!
Alexandra Palace, Manor House Gardens, Oval, and Herne Hill markets.
For eight consecutive years, Godmersham Game was in the top ten at the taste of Kent awards. They were in the top three for six years in a row and for three consecutive years Godmersham Game has won the Taste of Kent awards. They were also finalists in the countryside alliance awards receiving a ‘highly commended’. Their vast range includes pheasant, partridge, wild duck, wood pigeon, quail, guinea fowl, wild rabbit, hare, venison and wild boar. They have recently started making their own venison salami and wild boar salami which is proving to be very popular with their customers.
In addition to their oven-ready game, they also attend organised events, such as game fairs, food festivals and music festivals where they have our BBQ cooking their own wild venison burgers, venison sausages and wild boar and apple sausages. They also cater for private functions from simple garden parties to weddings and christenings.
Herne Hill and Oval markets
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 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’.
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.
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.
Manor House Gardens and Eltham markets.
His products are gluten-free, dairy-free and salt-free, and do not contain any artificial ingredients.
Alexandra Palace and Herne Hill markets.
They are also very proud to be featured amongst London Top 50's Bakeries and cake shops by the Evening Standard. Visit the Comptoir Gourmand stall to discover an incredible range of irresistible delights.
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, Manor House Gardens and Herne Hill markets.
Herne Hill market.
Everything is freshly baked - the day before or the morning of the market - and in small batches, you can really taste the difference.
Love & Cake uses the world's best ingredients such as Belgian chocolate, French butter, Madagascan vanilla and eggs from happy hens who live in Devon. Ashley bakes with traditional and modern recipes, so you'll find something your grandma might have baked, as well as new flavours inspired by the vibrant London foodie scene. Love & Cake is known particularly for the huge, gooey, melt in the mouth brownies, of which there are over a dozen flavours - currently the Salted Caramel and the Peanut Butter are competing for most popular brownie!
Stepney and Alexandra Palace markets
Arlene is a therapist, yoga teacher, birth-worker, doula and beekeeper. She now also sells her very different cakes at farmers markets in London. Arlene started beekeeping in 1998, after inheriting a hive when she bought a house in Chingford. Depending on the season, she harvests approximately 300 pounds of honey, and as such is able to maintain the quality of the local honey that she sells. This untreated, raw, unpasteurised honey is sold locally or at markets in London.
Oval and Herne Hill markets.
There are thousands of seeds and nuts packed into one Real Loaf. It’s the perfect blend of sunflower, chia and flax seeds, crushed almonds and toasted cashews, with just a handful of rolled oats and a spoonful of olive oil to hold them together. No flour, no wheat and no dairy to be seen!
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.