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fresher, tastier food from local growers & food makers


We are well into summer now in the Waikato, and it's certainly been a changeable one! One minute cold and the next minute hot! This has had an effect on produce in the market, Strawberries have been slowed, the Corn is late (arriving in the market the weekend of the 23rd and 24th of January), and the stone fruit will be in the market a few weeks longer than usual (yaay!!). However there is still an abundance of beautiful Blueberries, Tomatoes, Capsicum, Beans and Potatoes and Garlic. Avocados in Hamilton (although not available in Cambridge this year). There is still plenty of Carrots, Beetroot, Radishes, Cucumber, Zucchini, Cabbage, baby Turnips, summer Lettuces, Basil and Spinach.

You can get some wonderful Pickles to have with your summer salads, Eggs, Organic Milk, Meat and Fish, Salmon, and many varieties of beautiful Breads.

Bring the family and spend some time enjoying a coffee or an ice cream under the trees, listening to our talented buskers and enjoying the best of a heavenly Waikato Summer.

Local Produce For Local Shoppers- Supports Waikato Businesses

The Hamilton & Cambridge Farmers' Markets were set up so local growers and food makers could sell direct to local shoppers, enabling small farming to become sustainable and providing a fresh quality choice for consumers.

When you shop at our farmers' markets you're supporting Waikato businesses and food entrepreneurs, keeping your dollar in local circulation while getting fresher, tastier food.

Market Blog

The Farmers Market Concept

August 6, 2015
Farmers Markets, while having a resurgence in the last 20 years; have in reality been around for as long as there have been farmers and villages! In Medieval times Farmers would bring their wares in to town to hawk. There probably would have been live as well as slaughtered animals, breads, fruits...
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