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SG market weekly newsletter

Hi everyone! it's my Summer resolution to be more consistent keeping all local folks in touch with the market and I thought of copying our newsletter here once a week from now on. I hate getting on people's nerves though so if any higher authority doesn't think it appropriate to "advertise" like this then just say. hopefully being a community thing it'll be generally thought to be interesting rather than obnoxious.

Here goes anyhow - and by the way this is the same as is published on the website ( and the same as you'll get in an email if you want to subscribe (you can do it from that same page).

Sunday 5th, 10-2:30, Stroud Green School

Dear everyone,

Did you notice the strawberries last week!? I don’t think they lasted very long. There’ll be more this time: so tasty that it’ll be worth staying in London over the bank holiday weekend just to try one.

It’s quite an exciting market week generally, with honey, kimchi, chocolate brownies and a few extra craft stalls all making a special attendance after their easter layoff.

One small business making their first ever market appearance on Sunday is known as the Koji Fermentaria. If you’ve come across Koji before it should be interesting to hear that Haruko cultivates her own in North London and is capable of preparing not only all of the classic koji products, but previously unheard-of recipes fresh from her vivid imagination. For those who haven’t heard of koji, suffice to say that it’s the age-old and extremely specialised culture central to the production of miso, soy sauce, saké and about a million other delicious Japanese foodie things. Mizue, Haruko’s partner in koji crime, is a professional chef and cookery teacher and will be selling delicious, freshly-made street food at the same stall.

I hope that’s enough to drag you out of bed early! If not then we look forward to seeing you later in the morning. Just don’t expect to find any strawberries…



The Koji Fermentaria (traditional Japanese ferments & street food)


Pie Station (meat/sweet pies, sausages rolls, quiches & crumbles)

Perry Court farm (Kentish fruit, veg & juice)

Marsh produce (fresh meat, poultry, game, eggs, cheese & preserves)

Bread by Bike (local sourdough)

Marco’s Italian Cheeses & cured meat (direct from the producers)

Une Normande a Londres (French cheese and regional specialities)

Stroud Green Good Life (raw & organic dairy produce, eggs, cider vinegar)

Shumei Natural Agriculture (fresh veg from their home farm and other products from around the world)

Mokaya Brownies (hand made & award-winning using fine dark chocolate)

Timothy Charge Honey (from Tottenham marshes and Upshire)

Floris Bakery (Sweet & savoury free-from bakery)

PAO Pickles (kimchi, sauerkraut and hot pickles, hand-made in Hackney)


Pie Station (Alan’s hot pies and sausage rolls are legendary!)

Fooska (fresh Bangladeshi street food)

Dinh-Dins Viet Kitchen (Bánh Mì, Tofu & other street staples)

Big Doggs (NYC-style Hot Dog trailer using best quality sausages & home made toppings)


Golden T (hot tea & herbal tea, including hot chai, & loose-leaf teas by weight)

Kaffee Culture (London coffee roasters and baristas)

The big EJB (freshly pressed juice using Perry Court’s fruit & veg)

Luke’s cider (small batch cider & perry by Luke Mccoy & other producers) with cider from the barrel!


Planet Minimal with Fill Refill (zero waste household cleaning products)

Julia Chang (handmade soap)

Helena's Africa (collected - and collectable - African artifacts)

Weatherstone remedies (hand-made organic skin care and natural remedies)


Holy Pizza (fresh & hot) next week

Creperie Dellys (authentic sweet/savoury Breton crepes) next week

Brevevita (natural wines from Marche/Abruzzo) next week

Yorwarth’s Fresh Fish (from Martin Y’s 2 inshore boats) next week. Martin & Wendi will be coming once a month over the summer. Check here first!

Zeytoon Olive bar (also with fresh feta cheese and hand-made baklava)

London Bike Studio (BIKE SERVICE & ADVICE)

Oddly Beer (brewed with crafty oddity in Tottenham)

Bea Rodgers (English plants, pots, accessories and advice for inside or outside) early May

V for Vegan (BBQ smoke steak and the selection of fritters) early May

Old Chapel Fudge Company (made entirely by hand using 100% farmhouse butter) early June

Toastiewala (Indian-inspired toasties and brunch special) 3rd Sunday of every month

A Portuguese Love Affair (#1 pasteis de nata with other cakes and pastries) many apologies to those of you who have been looking forward to the return of APLA: they are just too pressed to commit to the market at this stage but are working out a plan for the near future. Watch this ….

Shire Farm (biodynamic produce from a Lincolnshire farm including spelt & rye flour, fresh bread and apple juice)

Wolves Lane Flower Company (fresh flowers naturally grown in Haringey)

Sabine Gerth (

Smy Goodness (hand made preserves, hot soup & toasties)

Briggs’ Bughouses (“green roof” insect sanctuaries & succulents)

Ferment Revolution (locally brewed probiotic water kefir)

Enchanted Terrarium (mystically made by Josef Stout)

Granny Doyne’s marvellous marmalade (delicious jams & chutneys too)

Goodsmoke BBQ (Low'n'Slow BBQ & Live fire cooking)


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