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Markets & Local Produce

Find the best markets and local produce in Northern Ireland.  Shop to the sound of live music and choose from fresh fish, local pork and beef, organic fruit, vegetables and cheeses to hand-crafted jewellery and bags.  There's treasure to be found at the market.

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Home, Belfast

Home was founded during the Autumn of 2011 in a back street location in Belfast City Centre initially as a three month pop-up venture. Its aim and ethos was to serve homely, feel good nourishing food.

The Dock Cafe, Belfast

The Dock Cafe opened its doors in March 2012 and has gone from strength to strength with a honest box policy, it offers a place to relax at a very low cost for everyone.

Grace's Irish Biscuits, Belfast

Grace’s deliciously light and buttery Irish Shortbread and Oatmeal biscuit varieties have no artificial colours or flavours, hydrogenated fat or GM ingredients.

Armagh Cider Company, Portadown, Craigavon

Armagh Cider Company is owned by Philip and Helen Troughton of Ballinteggart House, outside Portadown in County Armagh. The county is known as the ‘Orchard’ county because the land is so fertile for apple growing. The Troughton family has been ...

Ballylagan Organic Farm, Ballyclare

Ballylagan organic farm was originally farmed by Tom Gilbert’s parents who purchased the farm in 1976 and operated it as a hobby, with neither of his parents coming from a farming background.

Kilmegan Cider, Dundrum, Newcastle

Although not known as an apple producing county, apples were grown and small batches of cider were made on some farms in county down 100 years ago. Andrew Boyd made his first small batch in 2010 from the apples in his father’s orchard, which is at least 100 years old.

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