Love Food Hate Waste Podcast Series

Love Food Hate Waste Podcast Series

Follow us on our Love Food Hate Waste journey in this three part series that looks into the budding food hub that is the Farmers Market at the University of Melbourne. Meet the faces behind the marquees at the market, the farmers who are often the unsung heroes behind...
6 reasons to shop at a farmers’ market with your family

6 reasons to shop at a farmers’ market with your family

By Andrea Paran, Communications Volunteer at Melbourne Farmers Markets Shopping for your family’s weekly groceries doesn’t have to be a hurried duck into the supermarket or a late-night scan over the current online specials, and why should it be an unglamorous weekly...
Fellowship Report: A Study of the Farmers’ Market Sector in the US

Fellowship Report: A Study of the Farmers’ Market Sector in the US

We are delighted that Melbourne Farmers Markets Business Manager, Prudence Rothwell has recently finalised her Fellowship Report, a Study of the Farmers’ Market Sector in the United States: programs, regulations and emerging opportunities for the Australian...
Coburg Farmers’ Market relocating to Coburg Primary School

Coburg Farmers’ Market relocating to Coburg Primary School

Coburg Farmers’ Market relocating to Coburg Primary School from Winter Melbourne Farmers Markets is delighted to announce that the Coburg Farmers’ Market has found a new home and will be relocating to Coburg Primary School (92 Bell Street, Coburg 3058) from Saturday 2...
Walnuts, Hazelnuts, Chestnuts – the nut season is here!

Walnuts, Hazelnuts, Chestnuts – the nut season is here!

By Nicholas Kennedy, Communications Volunteer at Melbourne Farmers Markets. Nuts are something of a fascination to me and right now we’re in the thick of the season. As far as their place within the grand food kingdom, there’s nothing quite like them. Savoury or...