Welcome to our website! We hope you will enjoy your visit and find lots of useful information, news and updates. If you have a query about the Stirling Farmers' Market & you can't find the answer on the website, please email us through the Contact page.
Farmers' Market in Stirling this Saturday May 9th 2015
Bellfield Organics are back at this Saturday's Farmers' Market in Stirling, May 9th., 10 - 4 in Port Street. Derek Alexander of Bellfield Organics, describes some of the hard work and careful planning involved to ensure his top quality organic vegetables reach the market, "We have just finished planting exactly 13,676 courgette and cucumber seeds in the polytunnels, and next week, weather permitting, we will be planting 100,000 leeks outside. Last week, we sowed 150,000 seeds of salads, brassicas, kolrabi, spinach and Chinese cabbage, for markets later this year."
Other popular produce at the market includes homebaking, gluten free, meat and game, fish, pies, dairy produce, flavoured gins and country wines, cheese and poultry/duck eggs, preserves and award winning marmalades, oils and delicatessan, fudge, selected crafts, jewellery and garden plants complete the great choice of items available.
The Farmers’ Market gives you, the consumer, the opportunity to buy top quality fare directly from the producer. Visit the Market Produce page for more information on the stallholders and their delicious products. Special thanks to all our customers who support the market & enjoy the wonderful food and drink on offer. Buying local/regional produce at the market means lower food miles, and benefits the local economy in terms of employment and growth. If you have a query about the Stirling Farmers' Market & you can't find the answer on the website, please email us through the Contact page.
Enjoy the great local taste!
Stirling Farmers Market 2015
Always on the 2nd Saturday of the month except January.
10am – 4pm
Port Street, Stirling City Centre (outside M&S) Click here for Location Map
Up to 25 stalls offering an outstanding range of superb produce. And where else can you talk to the farmer/producer to find out how the food is grown/reared/made?
Highland beef, pork & bacon, venison and wild game, wild boar, fresh, smoked fish and shellfish, great bread in variety – continental and traditional recipes including sourdoughs, scones, cakes and puddings, gluten-free baking, jams, chutneys & preserves, Scottish cheeses and butter, free-range hen/duck eggs, organic vegetables, cold-pressed oilseed-rape products and dressings, fudge & tablet, savoury pies, country fruit wines, hand-made jewelry, wood crafts for the dining table, knitted baby clothes, garden plants.
Stirling Farmers' Market is a member of the
Scottish Association of Farmers' Markets (SAFM)
The Real Deal is a partnership initiative supported by industry and enforcement. Certification awarded to Stirling Farmers' Market by Stirling Council in October 2013