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Welcome to the Taste Farmers’ Market of the Year 2013 Awards

Welcome to the Taste Farmers’ Market of the Year 2013 Awards

With thousands of votes cast for the Taste Farmers Markets of the year Award it was a race to the finish line as 4 of New Zealands' best Farmers Markets' shone brightly

All winners will be announced at the Taste Farmers' Markets Awards in Lyttelton on the 26 th July for more info and you can also join us at the Farmers' Market NZ Forum on the 27 th and 28 th July to network with other Localvores

"Support and promote the development of Farmers' Markets in New Zealand."

FMNZ Forum Lyttelton 2013
Farmers’ Markets Christchurch 2013 FORUM “Feeding our Communities” To register for the 2013 Taste Awards dinner and 2013 Forum go to more

Taste Awards winners announced 26 th July 2013
Farmers' Markets NZ Chairperson Chris Fortune says that "as a community we need to remember that when we are sitting at our dinner tables we more

Information for Stallholders
Farmers’ Markets in NZ are always looking for new stallholders . There are only a few simple steps required to become one: 1)  Firstly more

About FMNZ
FMNZ is a membership organisation of around 40 independently owned and operated Farmers' Markets; over 1000 small food businesses, with an more


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