Happy Birthday Haddington Farmers’ Market

Help us celebrate 10 years of great food and excellent local produce this Saturday, April 24 from 9am-1pm.

Haddington Farmers’ started on a sunny Saturday morning in April 2000 with a great variety of stalls, quality produce and friendly, cheerful stallholders.

Ten years on Haddington Farmers’ Market has grown, in its reputation for excellent produce and variety of stalls, and in its standing within the community of East Lothian and Scotland.

East Lothian has a rich history of local produce, and many of us are now starting to appreciate this. As well as being fresh – not travelling miles from field to fork, many of these foods are firmly rooted in their locality, telling a story about the landscape and the farmers who produce them.

Produce from Haddington Farmers’ Market comes from artisan farms with a focus on quality, tradition and flavour – cheeses, honey, ice cream, tomatoes and vegetables, combined with farmhouse baking, jams and preserves. There's also cider, liqueurs, apple juice, raspberry and blaeberry bouvrage, cream, butter and handmade crafts.

Friendly advice, recipe suggestions and memorable tastes are all part and parcel of Haddington Farmers’ Market. Situated in a pedestrian area on Court Street, Haddington, with good parking close by, Haddington Farmers’ Market can truly be said to be one of the best small markets in Scotland.
Cooking demonstrations, free tastings and live music from Haddington Pipe Band all add to the enjoyment of this busy market with up to twenty-five stallholders. For our tenth birthday we are holding a favourite recipe competition, where we invite you to submit your favourite recipe at the market on Saturday 24 April.  The lucky winner, will receive a special prize, plus the winning recipe will be included in Haddington Farmers’ Market’s very own recipe book, on our website and if the recipe permits, will be part be the cooking demonstration at a later market.



Contact Sarah Milne on 07930 433 764 


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