What’s on offer is partly dependant on what is in season and on the availability of locally sourced ingredients, but many products, such as their marmalades, are available throughout the year.
They always try to locally source as many ingredients as possible to keep their environmental impact low, and to maintain links between the products and the local area.
Their butter, Southdowns Butter, is produced from traditionally churned cream, and has won Gold at the Great Taste Awards for six consecutive years.
Web: [email protected]: 01403 339 150 Although Celtic Bakers are based in an old factory in London, that is the extent of their association with mass production.
Below we list and describe over 40 vendors who regularly attend or have attended the Guildford Farmers’ Market with websites and contact details where applicable.
If you are a regular vendor at the Guildford Farmers’ Market and would like to be listed below but are not currently, please send us an email with your details and we will happily add you!
They use traditional recipes and baking methods, including stone ovens, to produce breads and cakes that look and taste as you imagine they should be.
Everything is homemade and, that means actually made by their members, in their own home kitchens.
Just because their products are made at home doesn’t exempt them from meeting the exacting health and hygiene standards set out for commercial operations.
Web: Email: [email protected]: 01932 860 271 Better known simply as Secretts, this company have been growing quality vegetables and salad in Surrey since 1908.
The stall offers an impressive range of fresh produce, grow on their own Milford farm, and sold at competitive rates.