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Market News

Market Manager Position Available

Our Market Manager Amanda Ratuki will be finishing with us mid-May. Amanda has helped with the move to our new site in Te Rapa and has seen a lot of change during her time with us including the addition of the Creative Market, new stall holders and loads of internal changes too.

However, it's time for someone new to take the reigns. This could be the chance for you or someone you know to and make their mark on the Waikato Farmers' Markets.

If you would like more details about this exciting position please contact Amanda by clicking here! You can then be provided with a job description and ask any questions that you may have regarding this 16-25 hour a week position.

Cambridge Market Happening Anzac Day

The Cambridge Farmers' Market will kick off at 1pm and run through until 4pm on Saturday April 25th.

The afternoon market will give customers plenty of time after their Anzac day commemorations to stock up on much needed produce, meat, baking, nuts, fish and of course bread.

This could even be the idea venue for your post Anzac day brunch too with plenty of delicious ready to eat options available!

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

Hard Working Quarter Acre

October 2, 2014
Trickling Back
Spring has sprung! And as is fairly typical of this time of year the weather is pretty unpredictable- but on the upside the grass is growing, the tanks are filling up and the seasonal stall-holders are trickling back into the markets. In case you've been away enjoying the temperate climes of another...
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