This Sunday, Chapelton will host its very first farmers market bringing a wide variety of Scottish producers to the town to showcase their offerings.
From delicious food to bespoke Scottish gifts and skincare products, there will be something for everyone at Sunday’s market. To give you an idea of what you can expect to see on the day we’ve provided a rundown of each of the stalls attending and what they will have on offer.
The Principled Pig
Serving up mouth-wateringly delicious pork, the Principled Pig a small-scale, family run smallholding will be catering to the needs of hungry passers-by. Only producing low-volumes of meat from a small number of animals, the Principled Pig ensure they deliver the highest standard of animal welfare which they believe contributes to the incredible flavour and tenderness of the pork.
After working up an appetite wandering round the many stalls you can rest assured your savoury cravings will be sorted out by the Principled Pig.
The Bread Guy Bakery
Offering freshly baked breads made from only the finest ingredients, The Bread Guy Bakery will be on hand to provide a wide selection of breads, pastries and Paninis.
Sourcing all ingredients locally in the North East of Scotland, the talented master baker behind The Bread Guy Bakery puts techniques long forgotten in the current bakery market to good use, mixing ancient techniques with modern flair to produce expertly hand crafted, mouth-watering breads.
Cheese lovers take note, the Devenick Dairy stall will host a flavoursome array of homemade cheeses from the family farm just south of Aberdeen.
The Groat family who run the Devenick Dairy have always been cheese lovers, with a history of cheesemaking in the family. When they decided to take on a new adventure, cheesemaking seemed like the obvious choice for them so in 20016 the Devenick Dairy was born.
As well as their unique collection of cheeses, they will also be bringing cheesecake, oatcakes, pork and veal.
Haydn’s Woodfired Pizza
With over 15 years’ experience of catering and the pizza industry, Haydn’s Woodfired Pizza will be coming along to grab a slice of the action on Sunday.
The family run mobile pizza kitchen with free standing pizza oven will be serving up exceptional, hand crafted woodfired pizzas in a range of different styles.
Head along and choose your toppings for the ultimate comfort treat!
Local butcher Bannerman Butcher from Inverbervie is home to some of the finest steaks, sausages and pies as well as a whole range of locally sourced produce which they will be bringing along with them on Sunday.
Head along to their stall to sample some of their delicious offerings or pick up something for your Sunday dinner.
Cove Honey Bees
For something a little sweeter, look out for Cove Honey Bees’ stall, a small family run business from Cove that produce a range of products using honey from their family-run bee colonies.
Set up in 2013 with just one mini hive, the team at Cove Honey Bees have now expanded to 18 strong working colonies spread through Cove, Banchory Devonick, Drumoak, Kirkton of Skene and as far north as Ellon.
Follow the buzz to their stall where you can buy a whole host of exciting products including honey, honey breads, chutneys and sauces.
All about Lemons
If zest is what you’re after, All About Lemons, lemon curd is guaranteed to satisfy any cravings you might have.
The Aberdeen-based family business run by Joyce Scott produces delicious and fresh artisan food produce and gifts using 100% fresh ingredients with no additives or preservatives.
They will be selling their popular lemon curd alongside lemon fudge and a selection of cakes and biscuits including their coveted lemon Empire biscuits.
From Bakery Lane
If the above wasn’t enough to please even the sweetest tooth, small catering company From Bakery Lane will be there on Sunday with a selection of gluten free and regular granola, jams, chutneys and marmalades all using local ingredients.
Baked by Alice whose love for baking inspired her to move back to Scotland from London to open her own bakery, the offerings From Bakery Lane use fresh local eggs to make amazing bakes that support local producers.
Sillyflatt Fare, Flowers and Gatherings
Once you’ve had your fill from the many delicious snacks available at the farmers market, take a wander to Sillyflatt Fare, Flowers and Gatherings’
stall where you can pick up some beautiful flowers.
Perfect as a centrepiece in your living room or gift for a loved one, the flowers grown by Sillyflatt Fair are both traditional and unusual, grown on a family farm in the coastal North East of Scotland.
Sealscrook Farmcrafted Skin Care
Selling their amazing and luxurious artisan scrubs, lip balms and goat’s milk soaps, Sealscrook Farmcrafted Skin Care’s stall will be packed full of lovely gifts for friends or treats for yourself.
Produced out on their farm in Turriff, all of the products from Sealscrook Farmcrafted Skin Care are completely natural and will leave your skin looking and feeling amazing.
If you’re looking to be a little more eco-friendly this summer, Wrapr have a fantastic solution for all of your wrapping needs.
Helping you to ditch plastic in the form of things like carrier bags and cling film, these eco-friendly cloth clings are perfect for wrapping up sandwiches, fruit and other lunchbox items. They come in a range of beautiful colours and patterns too so make sure you look out for them.
If you’re looking for something decorative on Sunday, Solstice Nurseries will be bringing along a selection of locally grown ornamental plants.
Based in Banchory Devenick, Solstice is a ‘not for profit’ social firm that provides work experience, training and qualifications for people recovering from mental health issues.
With all of the new producers coming to the town, our faithful Teacake will be on site too delivering the caffeine hit needed for a full day of exploring the many exciting stalls.
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