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Market News

Autumn A Great Time For Changes!

The Waikato Farmers' Markets are making some changes. Our Market Manager Amanda Ratuki finished up on Sunday May 17th, so there will be some familiar faces taking over the site management positions this weekend!

Dana Matthews who has been the Hamilton Market Assistant for over a year will now be the Hamilton Site Manager. Dana has show great organisation skills, reliability and has really enjoyed getting to know the customers during her time as market assistant. We're looking forward to having her as Hamilton Site Manager.

Jayue Lee will now be the market assistant in Hamilton, he was a huge asset earlier this year when he assisted Amanda and Dana for several weeks, so were excited about having him back on-board.

Daphne Gehrels will now be the Cambridge Site Manager full time and marketing contact for the Waikato Farmers' Markets. Daphne has been with the markets for several months allowing Amanda to have Saturdays off. Daphne is very knowledgeable about produce and is enthusiastic about the markets so she's a great fit.

The market Trust thanks you for your continued support and hopes your looking forward to what's ahead for the markets as much as they are!

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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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