Continentals take over South Molton Pannier Market

THE first continental market to be held at South Molton Pannier Market on Sunday proved c est magnifique for shoppers browsing the array of culinary delights on display. Throughout the day the market hosted more than 25 traditional market traders from a

THE first continental market to be held at South Molton Pannier Market on Sunday proved "c'est magnifique" for shoppers browsing the array of culinary delights on display.

Throughout the day the market hosted more than 25 traditional market traders from across Europe including France, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Holland, Poland and Greece.

There was everything from Feta cheese to saucisson from The Auvergne, plus fresh breads, croissants, Greek olives, Swedish cider, Italian nougat and cheeses.

Traders wore traditional costume and the market also featured fair trade products plus handicrafts and carvings. an example of the rich cultural variety on offer included Native American Ron Olarte from Indiana, playing a traditional instrument on the Indiana Company's stall.


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