Northside Produce Market - Saturday May 21

Apples are in their Autumn glory at this Northside Produce Market. Produce from Orange is loaded up with Gravensteins, Fujis, Galas, Mutzus, Granny Smiths and Pink Ladies. We are sorry to hear from Yuri that they won’t have their Chestnuts, having rotted with the recent rain in the region.

Brassica vegetables are in their element at this time of year. They’re part of the genus Brassicaceae, or mustard family and categorized as cruciferous vegetables (Cruciferae), or members of the cabbage family such as bok choy, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kohl rabi, kale and turnips.

It's wonderful to be welcoming back Owl Farm Braidwood. The farm like many of recent, has suffered with La Niña. David and Sarah’s perseverance and determination sees their regeneratively farmed and organically grown heirloom pumpkins, potatoes and garlic at this market. 

Pepe Saya returns with the latest addition from their buttery – Smoked Butter. Smoked with native Australian hardwoods, the butter has a subtle and sweet, smoky flavour that’s perfect on a corn cob, rested on a steak or stirred through a risotto. You’ll find Pepe next to Paddy the Baker.

Momma Kombucha is heating up the temperature with her Hot Mulled Kombucha. Natalie takes their aged Kombucha and simmers it with cinnamon and ginger. Cinnamon is rich in anti-bacterial and gut healing prebiotic properties, helping boost the immune system. BYO Keep Cup and receive a discount.

This could be Figlicious’ last stall with us for this season. The recent sunny, warm days has enabled Gebran's fig trees to produce figs for this market. However, this changing weather makes it difficult for Gebran to predict how much longer the trees will bear fruit.

It’s National Volunteer Week and we thank all of the volunteers that help Northside Produce Market. From the gorgeous gals at the Info stall to the high school students doing their Duke of Edinburgh community service, we couldn’t run the market without you.

This Saturday is the final ‘Check In & Tune Up’ at the market until Spring. Make the most of this free bicycle service by The Rolling Fix from 8am until midday thanks to the support of North Sydney Council.

Lisa MacDonald - Northside Poduce Market Coordinator

Due to the current Covid-19 situation in Sydney and in the interest of everyone’s safety, we encourage you to practice the following whilst at the market:

  • Pre-order where possible.
  • Do not attend the market if you are unwell.
  • Wear a face mask.
  • Maintain a physical distance of 1.5m.
  • Shop ’n Tap
  • Use hand sanitiser available at every stall.