|Huntingdon Farmers' Market|
"Truly local food sold by the people who produce it"
Farmers' markets are special because the food there must be from the local area and sold by the people who produce it. Bought-in produce is not allowed.
Huntingdon Farmers' Market is a Certified Farmers' Market, which means that it is independently inspected and certified to the standards set by the National Farmers' Retail and Markets Association (FARMA). Certified Farmers' Markets are recognised by the FARMA logo.
The produce at Huntingdon Farmers’ Market come from within a 30 miles radius, going up to 50 miles for products that cannot be sourced more locally. Every item sold must contain local ingredients. Guest Producers from more than 50 miles away are permitted to attend the market if their product cannot be found locally. Under FARMA rules, each Guest Producer may only attend on a non-regular basis.
"Interested in selling your produce at Huntingdon Certified Farmers' Market?"
Contact Huntingdonshire District Council using
. They are always keen to hear from potential traders, especially those who make products not presently sold at the Farmers' Market. There is a waiting list for some products.
Our definition of local is “within 30 miles radius of Huntingdon, going up to 50 miles for products which cannot be sourced more locally”. Guest producers from more than 50 miles away may only attend on a non-regular basis.
Farmers' Market dates
The Farmers' Market is held every other Friday in Huntingdon Market Square from 8am to 2pm, come rain or shine. There are occasional Saturday Farmers’ Markets in the High Street when there are five Saturdays in the month. Special arrangements apply over the Christmas period.
Friends of Huntingdon Farmers' Market
The Farmers' Market is organised by Huntingdonshire District Council & supported by Huntingdon Town Partnership.