Saturday 23rd September to Sunday 8th October marks British Food Fortnight and at Ipswich Country Market British food is what they are all about.
They sell local food from local producers and they’re on hand to tell you what’s in all their recipes. The garden flowers, plants and produce on offer are picked fresh from our producers’ gardens.
Country Market offers a truly local shopping experience and a warm welcome.
Alexia Robinson, organiser of British Food Fortnight, says:
“Today’s customer wants value when they are shopping or eating out and value is no longer just about price. Increasingly people want tasty, fresh, healthy, seasonal, local and regionally distinct foods with visible traceability back to the producer – all distinctive qualities of British food.”
This is what they offer so why not pop along and ‘love British food’? You can also love British craft too and find a large, varied range of locally handmade items, including sewing, knitting, beadwork and a selection of handmade cards.
They are open on Thursday mornings, from 10.15-11.30am at Rushmere Village Hall, on Humber Doucy Lane. They have plenty of free parking and home baked refreshments with a free tea or coffee on your first visit.
For more information, visit: www.ipswichcountrymarket.co.uk