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In the spirit of Māori language week come on down for your supply of weekly fresh, seasonal huawhenua (vegetables) and huarākau (fruit), miti (meat), kai moana (seafood) and more.

Browse the stalls, catch up with friends over brunch and coffee, and entertain the tamariki (kids) with cool face painting.

 

See you this Sunday from 9am – 12pm at the Marlborough Farmers’ Market!

If you haven’t already, don’t forget to join us on FaceBook.

Brunch, anyone?

Feast Merchants are back this Sunday after a much-needed sleep-in last week. They will have their usual delicious kai plus a special using charcoal smoked bacon burnt ends!

Pedro will have large kai moana (seafood) empanadas on special this Sunday at $4 each.

And Peter the Swiss Butcher will have the BBQ going, serving up a selection of his hand-made European sausages in a bun.

Peter the Swiss Butcher at the Marlborough Farmers Market

Peter the Swiss Butcher at the Marlborough Farmers Market

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Highlights

Nairn and Ricky from Long Acre Farm have been making free range pork sausage, which is gluten free, hormone and preservative free. The last of their shoulder bacon will be available, frozen.

It’s also final days for the awhekātō (avocados). Make sure to get to the market early to catch the last of these silky-smooth textured local nuts, handled with care, guaranteed to ripen up nicely.

Many of you will know Matt Hellriegel who started Rituals cafe, but have you tried his preservative free chickpea hummus and vegan tempeh yet?

Found Food preservative free chickpea hummus and vegan tempeh

Found Food preservative free chickpea hummus and vegan tempeh

 

That’s a selection of what’s in store, so pack your bags, and come and get your

āporo/apple

hēki/egg

ika/Fish

honi/honey

jam/tiāmu

hānati/hazelnuts

aramona/almonds

kāpeti/cabbage

kareparāoa/cauliflower

korare/silverbeet

kūmara/sweet potato

parāoa/bread

poaka/pork

rētihi/lettuce

riki/onion

rīwai/potato

uhikaramea/carrot

tīhi /cheese

awhekātō/avocado (final week, hurry)

and more at the market this Sunday.

Marlborough Farmers Market in the A&P park sheep pavillion

Marlborough Farmers Market in the A&P park sheep pavillion

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Producer spotlight

Not only does Isobel Olives Extra Virgin Olive Oil taste great, and have wonderful health benefits, it also has a myriad of uses to keep your skin healthy and younger looking.

Isobel Olives Chris Piper rubs a few drops of his Rarangi grown olive oil into the cuticles of his fingernails each morning to keep them soft. Use it in your hair to condition it. Use it on dry skin to soften and condition and keep your skin young, and don’t forget his lipbalms made from Beeswax and Extra Virgin Olive oil and beautiful essential oils to condition and keep your lips from drying out this spring.

Isobel Olives Extra Virgin Delicate is on special so come on down and pick up a bottle this Sunday for a healthier and younger looking you.

Isobel Olive Oils at the Marlborough Farmers Market

Isobel Olive Oils

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Kei i a koe tō pēke mahirua (Have you got your reusable bag)?

Marlborough Farmers Market bag

Marlborough Farmers Market bag

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