The Rose Bay Farmers Market is coming.

“Rose Bay locals have traditionally had to travel long distances to find sustainable, ethically sourced produce, but now they have it at their fingertips from local vendors,” says the market’s curator, Madelienne Anderson.

The market will focus on local and organic produce from stallholders, and vegan, gluten-free and homemade-food stalls will be on-site.

“Consumers today are conscious about the impact food production has on the environment,” says Anderson. “The market is an opportunity for people to easily access sustainably produced goods from passionate stallholders.”

Twenty-five stalls will feature breads, meats, dairy, coffee and other homemade goods from farmers and small-business owners who were chosen based on their dedication to quality.

Kitchen Green, a gluten-free bakery, will provide its handmade pies, quiches and other baked goods, and market goers can get coffee at The Little Marionette with speciality blends straight from the inner west.

Entry is free. The market will begin on May 9 and run every Tuesday at Pannerong Reserve (corner of Newcastle Street and Wilberforce Avenue).

In late July the seasonal Cambridge Markets will open in Vaucluse. It will offer locals a range of fashion, homewares, gifts and food products.

Rose Bay Farmers Market operates from 8am–2pm every Tuesday. Street parking is available.

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