Farmers' markets set for Hartland again

HARTLAND Farmers' Market opens its doors for the 2009 season on Sunday , April, 5 and boasts more stalls and more choice than ever. There will be 19 stalls selling the best local meat, vegetables (including organic), pies and pickles, pates and preserve

HARTLAND Farmers' Market opens its doors for the 2009 season on Sunday , April, 5 and boasts more stalls and more choice than ever. There will be 19 stalls selling the best local meat, vegetables (including organic), pies and pickles, pates and preserves, ice cream, fair trade produce, cakes, plants and flowers, cheeses and cake. The new stalls add exotic spice mixes and free range, organic duck to the menu. The April 5 market sees the introduction of Hartland's very own Din Shaharudin, with his Malaysian curry powders.. The markets will run on the first Sunday of every month, April - October, 10am - 1pm, at the Parish Hall in Hartland, and the next Christmas Market in December is already booked. Market organiser Rod Landman said: "We are proud that nearly half of our stallholders come from within the village itself, and a further 25 per cent are from within a 15-mile radius of Hartland. "Our markets provide a fantastic opportunity for both North Devonians and visitors to stock up on the best the county has to offer. In addition to tasting the best, you are supporting local farmers and growers and slashing food miles.


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