Just some of our many producers! Each websites tells a different story, giving you insight into how each innovative enterprise was started plus information on how these artisan producers grow /farm /source /prepare items and produce for the market. You will see that some stall-holders offer mail order, other goods and services and even run a farm shop! (Please note that while we do our best to give you the most accurate information possible, we cannot be held responsible for the content of individual producers' websites).
Meat from the specialists!
Puddledub Pork & Fifeshire Bacon Co., everything porky plus gammon & charcuterie. email@example.com www.puddledub.co.uk
Winston Churchill’s wild venison & game.
Winston & Anne Churchill.
Highland Beef and pies from Cedar Cottage,
Welfare friendly Rose Veal too.
Fish - fresh, smoked and shellfish
Arbroath Fisheries, from east coast.
Baking & Pies - irresistible!
Cupcake Heaven, cakes,biscuits,puddings,
Various bread-makers - including Riverside Bakery
“Olives and Thingz”, olives and deli items.
Tony Benacci firstname.lastname@example.org
Dairy produce - tasty essentials
Arran Cheese Shop”, cheese, butter, oat cakes, free range chicken & duck eggs.
And other speciality cheese makers
Jams & preserves - sweet & tangy
Allan's Chilli Products, chilli jellies and sauces.
Fruit wines and cider - celebration!
Cairn o’ Mhor Fruit Wines,
Plus gin and honey mead producers
Fudge & tablet - melt in the mouth
Ochil Fudge Pantry, fudge, tablet, macaroon, puff candy.
Susan and Angie
Quality crafts - something different
Isobel’s Baby Goods, handmade baby clothes.
Plus Jude's jewels with other new crafts, Jaspy Enterprises with antler crafts (Jim Peden
email@example.com ), Planet Soap with delicately scented hand made soap and bath items.
Handmade jewellery - for a bit of glamour
Two crafters delighting the eye and body
Many of the producers are delighted to have won "special taste awards" over the years for their delicious products. All are passionate about the quality & provenance of what they bring to the market stall, and want you the customer, to enjoy some of the very best local & regional Scottish produce.
Buying with confidence: Stirling Farmers' Market, run by the producers themselves, is licensed and regulated by Stirling Council. All producers are required to meet statutory regulations in terms of trading standards & food safety, just as any other food producer / retailer is required to.