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Bangalow Coffee

  Nashua coffee growers Michelle and Andy Clarke, of Bangalow Coffee, have been selling their fresh coffee at the Byron and New Brighton Farmers Markets for more than a decade, and have recently joined the Mullumbimby Farmers Market. Their coffee is handpicked when the coffee cherries are

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Byron Gourmet Pasta

Byron Gourmet Pasta is a local business that uses fresh local and organic ingredients to create a range of gourmet pastas, available at the Mullumbimby Farmers Market each week. The face of the business is Liam Ahern: Tell us a bit about the pasta you make? We

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Alan Schwarz is the owner of the New Brighton Farmers Market Middle Eastern dip and gourmet food stall, Baraka. The business recently won two silver medals for its products at the Sydney Royal Fine Food Show.  • Can you tell us a bit about the products you sell

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Shroom Brothers

Andrew Mohanu  is the co-founder of Tweed shire-based gourmet mushroom farm, Shroom Bros, which is the latest stall to join the Mullumbimby Farmers Market. •What do you sell at the market? The three favourite gourmet mushrooms – Oyster, King Oyster and Shiitake, and these are always available.

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Rainbow Fruit Flats

Hayden Cridland’s family have been selling fresh fruit, pure fruit ice blocks and their home made Rainbow Fruit Flats – 100% dried fruit leathers – at local markets and farmers markets for more than a decade. •Tell us how you make a Rainbow Fruit Flat? Basically we

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Organic Forrest

David Forrest and Sue Mangan are the couple behind the Organic Forrest stall at Mullumbimby Farmers Market. Passionate about organics, they have run their organic farm at Federal for more than 30 years. -What do you sell at the market? We have a wide range of seasonal

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Deb Allard

Award winning cheesemaker Debra Allard is the woman behind the popular Mullumbimby Farmers Market stall, Cheeses Loves You.  She makes her cheese on-farm at Burringbar, where she and husband Jim run a herd of Jersey cows. What do you sell at the market? Jersey milk cheese, natural

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Byron Broth

Our grandmother’s knew it – a steaming bowl of chicken soup will cure just about anything. Trouble is, most of us don’t have the time to make soup like grandma used to. Instead of leaving the bones to cook for hours and creating a nourishing stock, we

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Why local oranges taste better

Have you ever bought one of those perfect looking oranges at the supermarket, only to find it disappointedly dry and  lacking sweetness? The likely explanation is that it has been picked too early. To be able to stand up to the modern supply chain, fruit has to be

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Ginger, turmeric and galangal

There are a couple of things you notice when you start eating with the seasons. One, things taste better, and two, the right foods seem to come into season exactly when your body craves them. Like cool refreshing watermelon in the middle of summer, or Vitamin C

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Recent news

  • Hot tips to keep cool

    Arrive early, bring your cool bags, and have a cool drink. Follow those tips and you’re all set for an enjoyable trip to the market …
  • School holiday fun

    There’s plenty to keep the kids entertained at the market these school holidays. Our Kiddie’s Plot will have free art and craft activities every week, …

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