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Come and meet our local producers…

 

Mange Tout

Martina Brétéché

A French style patisserie from Downpatrick selling pies, quiches, traybakes, tarts and gluten free bread.

 

Mange Tout

Tel: 028 4461 4993
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Made with Love

Margaret Cooper

Donaghadee based business making homemade jams, marmalade and chutneys using ingredients which are grown or sourced locally.

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Tel: 028 9188 9550
or 07838 384 847

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Harnett’s Oil

Jane Harnett

This family run business from Waringstown, Co Down, grow, harvest, cold-press and bottle rapeseed, hemp, sunflower and linseed oils which can be used for cooking, dressings and marinades.

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Tel: 028 3888 1210

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Go Yeast

Kenneth McNaul

Master bread maker from Donaghadee who makes sourdough breads, stromboli, pizza and a variety of yeasted breads.

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Tel: 018 9107 1874

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Horner’s Farm Shop

Garth Horner

Fresh seasonal vegetables and potatoes which are grown in the rich, fertile soils around Comber. Also sells fuit and eggs.

 

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Tel: 07929 168 839

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City Cheese

Christo Swanepoel

A small family business in Millisle, County Down, are the proud producers of Dutch Gouda style cheeses with a natural rind which take 90 days to ripen. Made from raw certified organic cows milk, the cheese range includesYoung Culmore Gouda, Pitjes Kaas Gouda (flavoured with organic cumin seeds), and Angelique, a creamy textured ricotta cheese.

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Tel: 07599 295 945

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Broughgammon Farm

Sandy Cole

On Comber market day, it’s an early start for Broughgammon staff as they travel from Ballycastle to sell their fresh kid-goat meat, free range rose veal, and wild game (when in season).

 

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Tel: 07435 765 845
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Tom and Ollie

Shay Mullan

Based in Portglenone, Co Antrim, Tom and Ollie have two stands at the market. The first sells beautiful, plump olives, sundried tomatoes, fabulous freshly made pestos and hummus, chorizo, and strings of garlic. The second stand sells a wide variety of international and Irish cheeses.

tomollie

Tel: 07736 349 535

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Trainview Farm

Rosemary Orr

Beautiful, fresh, cut flowers tied up in bunches, bouquets and small arrangements which are grown in polytunnels in Ballygowan. This is seasonal stock and is available at the market from April through to December.

 

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Tel: 028 9752 8236
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The Local

Will Clendinning

Jams, chutneys and sauces made in Newtownards with local seasonal fuits and vegetables.

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Tel: 07803 179 350

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Something Fishy

Ed Murray

A regular stalwart at the market, Portavogie based fishmonger sells a wide variety of fresh fish, prawns, crab and when available langoustines.

Something Fishy

Tel: 07769 152 244

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Uncommon Garden Company

Ann Fitzsimons

Unusual garden plants lovingly grown from seeds and cuttings in Balloo, Co Down. Also selling bulbs when in season. As this stock is seasonal, products are available at the market from April through to December.

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Tel: 028 9754 1117
or 07706 110 367

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NearyNogs Artisan Chocolate

Dorothy Neary

With recipes handed down from her grandmother, these delicious and decadent dark and white chocolates, truffles, and soft, delicious squares of squidgy fudge made in Newry are just divine!

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Tel: 07974 313 238

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Kennedy Bacon

Mervyn Kennedy

The Kennedy family from Omagh has been rearing pigs since the 1940s and produce dry cured bacon, gammon and pork sausages. Sample before you buy……you won’t be disappointed!

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Tel: 07818 605 689

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The Krazi Baker

Mark Douglas

Mark Douglas from Dromore makes super soft soda, wheaten and treacle farls which he bakes from scratch on his griddle at the market. He also bakes award winning potato apple bread, fluffy pancakes either plain or flavoured with cinnamon.

Tel: 07753 181 065

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Ivan McCutcheon Landscape Gardening

Ivan McCutcheon

Ivan McCutcheon from Comber grows seasonal bedding plants including hanging baskets, troughs and planters. His flower range includes fushias, petunias, geraniums, dahlias, bacopa, sweet pea and verbena. He also sells healthy strawberry, tomatoes, chillies, peas and bean plants in pots which are ready for planting on by the keen vegetable gardener.

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Tel: 07907 827 950

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The Good Granola Company

Debbie Riley

Award winning and fabulous tasting granolas which are made in small batches and sold in 400g resealable pouches. There are four delicious flavours: Banana, Cashew and Coconut; Fig, Date and Vanilla Toasted Seeds; Chocolate and Mixed Nut; and Papaya, Pineapple and Coconut.

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Tel: 07411 588 174

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Indie Fude

Jonathan McDowell

Based in Comber, Johnnie sells a range of artisan food products which have been produced in Ireland. Products include Abernethy butter; kale, beetroot, parsnip and carrot crisps; Dulce de Leche caramel and butterscotch sauces; edible seaweed products; handmade chocolates; spice rubs and marinades; flavoured vinegars; nut butters, and raw chocolate ganache are just some of the irresistible and delectable food products that are available on his stall.

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Tel: 028 9187 1694

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Springmount Eggs

Andrew Gilbert

 Set deep in the heart of County Down countryside amidst rolling drumlins, Springmount Farm is a traditional Ulster farm dating back to the 18th century with its origins firmly rooted in its locality. It is a family run business which has been in the same family for three generations and has been worked as a mixed farm. There have been poultry on the farm for nearly 100 years along with dairy cows, horses and pigs.

Tel: 028 6773 7889
Mobile: 07857 964 468

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Farm House Treats

Joan Busby

Delicious homemade traybakes, cakes, award winning butter shortbread, desserts and cupcakes made on their farm on the Moss Road, Carryduff. They also make celebration cakes to order. Gluten free range includes bounty bars, apricotines, raspberry ruffle bars and rocky roads.

Joan Busby

Tel: 07912 620 177
Mobile: 07857 964 468

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Currysauceni

Lilian Kennedy

Husband and wife team George and Lilian Kennedy sell a wide range of authentic curry sauces reflecting the cusine of Morocco, Thailand, and Malaysia. These include Korma, Rogan Josh, Malaysian Rendang, Tikka Masala, Balti, Jalfrezi, Madras, Thai Red, Thai Green and Makani (sauce for butter chicken).

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Tel: 07881 880 252
Mobile: 07881 880 252

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Wee Choco

Steph Fulton

Wee ChoCo produce a range of delicious, gluten free, chocolate products including chocolate bars using premium Belgian chocolate and quality ingredients to create interesting flavour combinations. They also create bespoke chocolate items for corporate events and weddings and offer chocolate workshops in their factory premises in Moneyreagh.

WeeChoco

Tel: 028 9044 8832

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Forthill Farm

Kenny and Jenny Gracy

Kenny and Jenny Gracey from Tandragee have free range pigs and cattle that are produced naturally and reared without the use of antibiotics, hormones or growth promoters. With freedom to roam in open spaces outside their animals can obtain minerals from the soil ensuring the highest quality free range pork and free range beef. Try their sausages, burgers and full range of quality beef from traditional breeds such as Belted Galloway and Longhorn cattle.

Tel: 028 3884 9754

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The Poacher’s Pantry

Catherine

A selection of local artisan teas, coffees, sauces and freshly baked breads from the kitchen of local Gastro Pub, The Poacher’s Pocket.

 

 

 

 

Tel: 028 9754 1589

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Amberline Preserves

Alicia Breslan

Travelling from Moy, Co Tyrone, Alicia uses her Polish background to produce beautiful syrups, cordials, sauerkraut, pickled cabbage, preserved plums, diabetic jams and Kombucha – a fermented green tea drink which is good for digestion.

Tel: 07927 934 137

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The Walled Garden Helen’s Bay

David Love Cameron

The Walled Garden at Helen’s Bay is the transformation of a neglected walled garden to a productive market garden, growing certified organic produce with an emphasis on heritage vegetables.  Kale, cabbage, carrots, edible flowers, courgettes, peas, beans, herbs and beautiful golden and purple beetroots are just some of the interesting vegetables that he grows and nurtures.   He is supplying the best restaurant kitchens in the area and popping up at local markets and events. 

Tel: 07429 434 918

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Next Market

Thursday 6 July 2017
St Mary's Parish Church Car Park
The Square, Comber, Co Down
9.00am – 1.30pm
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