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Manchester - Real Food Market

Held twice monthly, on the second and fourth weekend (Friday and Saturday) between 10am and 5.30pm.

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One of Manchester's best loved foodie establishments, the Real Food Market has been attracting food lovers across the North West since 1998 with its twice-monthly fresh produce market in Piccadilly Gardens; that supply top quality and locally sourced foods in a traditional open-air shopping experience.

Regular Stalls

Holland & Son Outdoor Reared Pork
A family run business situated on the hills between the historic villages of Slaidburn & High Bentham. Their cattle, pigs & sheep roam free on the lush green pastures of the Forest Of Bowland. They are reared traditionally & fed naturally. Sells: Pork, beef, lamb, sausages, home-made burgers and hog roast Dry cured bacon, traditional sausages, all fresh cuts of pork, beef & lamb. Hog Roast & BBQs.

Savin Hill
British white beef, middle white pork, sausages, burgers, pies, pates, terrines, wild game and damson based products. Savin Hill is a small farm based in the beautiful Lyth Valley, South Lakeland. The last eleven years has seen them increase herd numbers, buildings and grazing land and build their own on-site butchery, allowing them to maintain the highest welfare and quality standards.

Lakeland Picnic Company
Hot burgers and sausages with bread and chutneys provided by Savin Hill Farm

Orchard Pigs
Orchard Pigs (Robert and his mum) produce fantastic handmade pies and pastries, including their trademark 'tractor wheel pie', using local free range produce that supports local farmers. A range of pork, mutton, beef and game pies are sold.

Mrs Kirkham's
Mrs Ruth Kirkham began making Lancashire Cheese as Beesley Farm over 30 years ago. This was a skill she had been taught by her own mother, making her the third generation of cheese maker in her family.

B Juiced
Fruit and vegetable smoothies.

Williams Bakery
Williams Bakery have been established for over ten years and specialise in a range of delicious hand-baked biscuits and traditional deserts, from Eccles and Chorley cakes to wonderful Victoria Sponges. Their produce can be found in a number of coffee shops, farm outlets and, of course, markets across the North West.

The English Rose Bakery
The English Rose Bakery brings the famous 'French Macaron' to the North West. Trading since June 2010, business partners Wendy and Emma pride themselves on producing lovingly prepared, smooth shelled macaroons that are perfect as a luxury gift or as a special personal treat. The macaroons come in a number of different flavours from Salted Caramel to Black Cherry and are made using the best locally sourced ingredients.

Baron Bruchard
Baron Bruchard believes food should be a pleasure to prepare, a joy to serve, and a delight to devour. Their portable restaurant kitchen serves everything from German Bratwurst to traditional goulash and pumpkin soup sourced from the region's best ingredients; their team of expert chefs then match the quality of the ingredients with excellent recipes and great, innovative cooking.

OSA African Foods
African chutneys, sauces and patties. Osa Foods began life very small, with owner Bridget Ramwell selling to friends and family from her kitchen in Bury. Her family are originally from Nigeria and the recipes have been handed down from generation to generation, all of whom have added special ingredients. Although there are strong influences from Nigerian cooking, Bridget has tried to blend tastes and styles from across Africa including coconut, red onion and plantain.

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Manchester - Real Food Market
Piccadilly Gardens
City Centre
M1 1RG


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