These are the markets where you can find us during the blueberry season (November to March). It's a great opportunity to meet our customers and we always enjoy the relaxed market atmosphere. Look for the tick below to see where we are currently selling.
Whangarei Growers Market
13/19 Water Street, Whangarei
The ‘Growers Market’, inspired by the traditional village markets of the United Kingdom and Europe, is held every Saturday morning in downtown Whangarei. The market was the first of its kind in New Zealand and is now the largest, with over 100 growers and stall holders selling produce they have grown themselves. Every Saturday morning, between 4500 to 6000 shoppers flock to the market, often entertained by buskers enjoying excellent coffee and taking the opportunity to chat with growers. It has become a ‘true heart of the community’ event for Whangarei families.
You will find fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, eggs, milk and cheese, preserves and honey, to nuts and olive oil, along with seedlings and native plants, on sale and the market has a rule that all produce must originate in Northland.
The Old Packhouse
505 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri
The Old Packhouse market offers a wide selection of locally grown fruit and vegetables, quality meats, poultry, seafood, cheeses, flowers, wines, breads and baked goods, gourmet and deli lines, indoor and outdoor plants, plus a large variety of Northland arts and crafts. Meet the grower, producer or maker and talk with them about their products. See, touch, smell and taste the goods, then buy, knowing that they are fresh from the source, and find out where your food has come from and how to best prepare, cook or store it.
Paihia Farmer's Market
The Village Green, Paihia
Thursdays fortnightly, 1.30-5pm
The Paihia Farmer's Market on the Village Green every second Thursday afternoon has a dedicated group of stallholders that provide the locals and visitors to the area with a variety of quality produce and products - fresh vegetables (some organic) and fruit (many seasonal and sub-tropical varieties) fruit juice, pickles, preserves, honey, free-range eggs, cheese, bread, oils, wines and liqueurs, and lots more...