York’s monthly Farmers’ Market celebrates the best of local produce, including meat, eggs, bread and oils, as well as pottery and woollen gifts and joins the city’s regular market on the last Friday of every month between 9am and 5pm.
Fresh goods sold on York’s Farmers’ Market are grown, reared, caught, brewed, pickled, baked, smoked or processed by the stallholder within a 40-mile radius of York.
Chris Price, City Centre and Markets Manager, Make It York, said: “York and Yorkshire has some of the best food producers in the country and the food on offer at Shambles Market is as fresh as you can get it outside of growing or making it yourself; including fish caught that morning off Yorkshire’s coastline and freshly-baked bread made from organic grain flour. We’re delighted to welcome such a variety of quality local artisans this month.”
Shambles Market is situated by The Shambles thoroughfare, an ancient narrow cobbled street of 15th century timbered buildings – York’s oldest street and the oldest shopping street in Europe.
York’s Farmers’ Market showcases the best produce from local producers and is held on the last Friday of every month between 9am and 5pm under gazebos in Shambles Market.
You’ll find locally sourced, award-winning Yorkshire produce with a short field-to-fork journey, such as fresh bread made from local Yorkshire organic flour, preserves made in the Yorkshire Wolds from pure ingredients, flowers and plants from Yorkshire suppliers, homemade sausages made from Yorkshire bred pork, Yorkshire cheeses and soft fruits, fresh fish caught that morning off Yorkshire’s coastline and ales from independent Yorkshire breweries.