Birmingham City Centre Farmers Market
between Victoria Square and Bennett's Hill
Tel : 01789 267000
If you enjoy cooking with the very best ingredients, then you can't beat the fresh local produce on offer at the Birmingham Farmers' Market.
As well as an array of fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables, you will also find a whole host of other delights such as fresh meat, eggs, pickles, chutneys, cheese, sausages and even ostrich burgers. The market also offers freshly baked breads, biscuits, cakes, pies and pastries and an array of wines and ciders.
The following is a list of produce normally found at Birmingham Farmers' Market.
- Range of honey related produce, jams and chutneys
- Dry cured bacon, pork and gammon steaks and pork pies
- Cakes, scones and fudge plus seasonal fruits
- Homemade biscuits, cakes and preserves
- Traditional hand made cheeses
- Range of red and white wines
- Organic vegetables and fruits
- Aromatherapy and soaps
- Free range eggs
- Ciders, perry, fruit wine and juice
- Apples and pears
- Ostrich meat and grilled burgers
- Freshly baked breads
- Yoghurt, cream, butter, cheese and cheesecakes
- Free range rare breed packed meats and grilled snacks
- Strawberries from April to September
- Wide range of herb plants from April to September
The Farmers' Market day is always the first and third Wednesday of each month,10am - 4pm with the exception of December when each Wednesday, leading up to Christmas Day, is Farmers' Market Day.
The Farmers' Market is located in Upper New Street, near Victoria Square from January to November. In December, due to the positioning of the German Market/Craft Fair Market, the Farmers' Market is relocated to Broad Street next to NIA, opposite the House of Sport and in front of the Fun Fair.
For further information on how to join the Birmingham City Centre Farmers' Market please contact 01789 267000
E~mail:firstname.lastname@example.org or www.sketts.co.uk
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