Market this weekend – 1st July

Are you in a Hurry? Don’t want to miss out? – Until tomorrow (Thurs) night you can order a variety of your market shopping online through our Food Assembly! You can even order it through a phone app if you use iOS!

At Beccles Farmers Market this Saturday the British soft-fruit season is evidently in full-swing! From 9am – 1pm you’ll also find a range of fresh quality local produce that’s good for your health and for farmers and artisans int he local area.

The Morton’s are returning with their delicious locally grown strawberries (better known for the giant roadside strawberry nr Gillingham roundabout) as well as other soft fruits from Hillfield Nurseries – where you can also ‘Pick Your Own Fruit‘.

We have the pleasure of welcoming back Shuck Brewery who are embarking on a new venture making lovely real ale on a small scale. We’ll also have Calf and Foot dairy attending who produce un-pasteurised raw milk and chocolate milk which have well evidenced health benefits.

There will be no cooking demonstration this week but our regular raffle will be on! Check out all the lovely goodies a local family won last time with ticket no 730! 19553377_10213550877188922_893696712_n.jpg

Meet our ‘Producer of the Market’… Kingery Eggs

The Kingery Egg business was set up back in 1996 and they’ve been attending Beccles Farmers Market since the very first one back in 2000! It’s a real family business as Helen and John are often joined by helpers such as their grandchildren George and Charlie.

They’re based near Wrentham, Suffolk and primarily sell their eggs through the Sainsbury’s ‘Woodland Eggs’ range. At the market he most popular product is the scrumptious Extra-Large Eggs which cost 2.40 per Dozen. At the next market you’ll be able to taste some of their eggs for yourself as they will be used in the cooking demonstration.

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