Background to Farmers Markets
Since 1997 when the first Farmers Market open in Bath, Farmers Markets have popped up all over the Country.
At a Farmers Market local producers (mainly from a 30 mile radius, but wider if the product can not be sourced locally) sell their produce that they have grown, raised or produced themselves.
You will find a wide seasonal selection of local produce often characteristic to the area, for example local to Kent are Kentish Cobnuts or Medlers.
What can I buy at a Farmers Market?
You can expect to find seasonal vegetables, fruit, meat, dairy produce i.e. eggs and cheese, plants, flowers, herbs, jam, chutneys, honey, fish, wine, cider, pies, cakes, apple juice and much much more at a Farmers Market.