8th November – Food and drinks traders

The fantastic food and drink market will be on the train station car park on Saturday – 10.00am – 4.00pm.

Roll up, roll up – while we might not quite match in scale, our dedicated food and drink market certainly matches London’s famous Borough Market in spirit and style –with a Manc edge of course.

We have an absolutely astounding range of fantastic traders on this week – from chutneys to cheese, real ale to real bread, with cake, sausages and more in between. As ever, alongside our sumptuous selection to take away we’ll have a great range of street food to nibble while you shop, The Buttery traditional British café and Those Four Bar Company laying on the real ales, ciders, wines and soft drinks to keep you lubricated.

Aleman: A superlative selection of bottled craft beers – @theAleManMcR

Bobbys Bangers: The sausage kings! Expect flavours with punch and panache – @bobbysbangers

Cake Pod: Sumptuous handmade cakes

Case Solved Wines: Hand-picked wines by-the-bottle from smaller and/ or organic producers – @CaseSolvedWines

Chocolate Magic: Artisan Belgian chocolate bars – @ChocolateMagic1

Eponine Patisserie: Finest hand-made chocolates, confectionery and patisserie – @eponinepatiss

FATJAX Chutney: Assorted chutney and relish, hot sauces and spices – @fatjaxchutney

High Peak Beer: A range of artisan spirits and liqueurs with a focus on small batch producers not available in the large retail stores PLUS a range non-alcoholic cordials from Britain’s last Temperance bar – @highpeakbeer

Hyder Cider: Draft bottled ciders from across the UK, with an emphasis on locally produced products – @hydercider

Kawaii: Simply stunning cakes and desserts – @kawaiikupcakes

La Putia: Italian potted food using fresh ingredients, locally sourced when possible, and following the traditional family recipes

Lindsay’s Veg: Organic, seasonal and local veg grown just 13.8miles away from Levenshulme by Lindsay’s own hands

Little Italy Kitchen: Delicious authentic southern Italian cakes, pastries, savoury dishes, stuffed brioches made with love and the best fresh seasonal ingredients – @andreadellos

Love Spreads: We sell home-made preserves, chutneys and any bakes that take our fancy. We want to appeal to a younger audience as jam-loving is not just for the old! Spread the Love and support your locals.

Macaroon By Alison Seagrave: Macaroons – 8 different flavours and colours, all gluten free and some dairy free too – @yourmacaroon

Manchester Cheesecake Company: Home baked mini and larger size cheesecakes made without artificial additives, colours or flavours – @McrCheesecakes

Parched Tea Bar: Specialist, ethical and organic loose leaf teas and herbal tisanes and tea accessories – teapots, cups, saucers, mugs, tea strainers – @parchedteabar

Robinsons Bakery: Hand crafted speciality breads, flapjacks, tarts and Danish pastries! – @Robinsonsbakery

Savin Hill Farm and Butchery: Rare breed British white beef, middlewhite and saddleback pork, lamb, mutton, sausages, dry cured bacons, pork pies and black buddings plus hot cooked steak burgers and Cumberland sausages – @SavinHillFarm

Tar3: Electronic cigarettes and eliquids – @tar3UK

The French Corner: A French bakery based in Liverpool – all  products are produced using the finest French ingredients, the main ingredients being French mie crème flour, breads are stone baked in a French deck oven, by French bakers.  Basically…it’s really French.

The Juice a Day Company: Fresh, cold pressed fruit and vegetable juice – full if essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals and free from any added sugar, preservatives or water – @thejuiceadayco

The Moocher: Wild, foraged and rare breed artisan foods – @themoocherfoods

The Smokey Carter: Sauces, oils, spice rubs, spices – @thesmokeycarter

Trove: Breadtastic – the award winning bakers from the award winning Levy café – loaves, pastries, cakes and more – @trovebakery

Winter Tarn Cheese: Truly superlative dairy from an award winning farmer – Winter Tarn sell their organic cheese, monster eggs and freshly churned butter every week – @wintertarn


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