Sorry, we are closed while we are on lockdown. 
We look forward to opening again once restrictions are lifted, & seeing everyone back at the market
[ REGULAR STALL HOLDERS ]
Little Farm
GOAT DAIRY

A range of soft and hard goat’s cheese made locally by Andrea with fresh milk from her own herd of goats

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Completely
NUTS

Fabulous fresh cakes, biscuits & baking by Nicky, using nuts of all kinds: savoury and sweet treats

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Sandy Mac's
DRESSINGS

Delicious dressings in a wide range of flavours, plus pestos, giant sausage rolls and pink lemonade

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Harvestglen
HAZELNUTS

Grown and processed in small batches for maximum freshness, Paul brings flavoured nuts and nut products

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Mt Grey
OLIVES

Quality olives and cold-pressed olive oil from John, plus hand-made Hancocks Excelsior soap & body care products

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North Canterbury
SEAFOOD MARKET

Fresh fish caught locally and carefully filleted, local fresh and smoked salmon, ready to heat and eat goodies

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Rachel Scott
BREAD

Artisanal hand-moulded breads, buns, and chocolates made by Rachel using quality unadulterated ingredients

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The
SAUSAGE SHED

Boutique butchery by Brent: European style sausages, salami, bacon, and a range of fresh local meat cuts

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GROWN

Fresh, locally grown, seasonal fruit and vegetables, picked when perfect, from an award-winning grower

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The Coffee Shot
EXPRESSO

Fresh, locally roasted, carefully made coffee, served with a smile by Bernard in real coffee cups

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Balcairn
CORDIALS

Elizabeth brings delicious, unique and affordable bursts of flavour in every bottle of elderflower cordials

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Waipara
HONEY

A range of the best local honey and beeswax products at affordable prices from Trevor and Lee to love every day

Kaikoura
CHEESE

Unusual cheeses hand-made using traditional methods from the creamiest sheep and cows milk in the region

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Flashbacks
RETRO FOOD WAGON

Bringing back recipes of the past, Sam provides ready to eat food from our childhood, made fresh for the market

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Towbar
BURGERS

Using plenty of market ingredients and fresh, local produce, Alex and Hayley cook delicious burgers to order

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Colourfields
FARM

High in nutrients Keaton grows a variety of microgreens, salads and baby vegetables, harvested fresh

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Little Farm
GOAT DAIRY

A range of soft and hard goat’s cheese made locally by Andrea with fresh milk from her own herd of goats

SEE MORE

Completely
NUTS

Fabulous fresh cakes, biscuits & baking by Nicky, using nuts of all kinds: savoury and sweet treats

SEE MORE

Sandy Mac's
DRESSINGS

Delicious dressings in a wide range of flavours, plus pestos, giant sausage rolls and pink lemonade

SEE MORE

Harvestglen
HAZELNUTS

Grown and processed in small batches for maximum freshness, Paul brings flavoured nuts and nut products

SEE MORE

Mt Grey
OLIVES

Quality olives and cold-pressed olive oil from John, plus hand-made Hancocks Excelsior soap & body care products

SEE MORE

North Canterbury
SEAFOOD MARKET

Fresh fish caught locally and carefully filleted, local fresh and smoked salmon, ready to heat and eat goodies

SEE MORE

Rachel Scott
BREAD

Artisanal hand-moulded breads, buns, and chocolates made by Rachel using quality unadulterated ingredients

SEE MORE

The
SAUSAGE SHED

Boutique butchery by Brent: European style sausages, salami, bacon, and a range of fresh local meat cuts

SEE MORE

GROWN

Fresh, locally grown, seasonal fruit and vegetables, picked when perfect, from an award-winning grower

SEE MORE

The Coffee Shot
EXPRESSO

Fresh, locally roasted, carefully made coffee, served with a smile by Bernard in real coffee cups

SEE MORE

Balcairn
CORDIALS

Elizabeth brings delicious, unique and affordable bursts of flavour in every bottle of elderflower cordials

SEE MORE

Waipara
HONEY

A range of the best local honey and beeswax products at affordable prices from Trevor and Lee to love every day

Kaikoura
CHEESE

Unusual cheeses hand-made using traditional methods from the creamiest sheep and cows milk in the region

SEE MORE

Flashbacks
RETRO FOOD WAGON

Bringing back recipes of the past, Sam provides ready to eat food from our childhood, made fresh for the market

SEE MORE

Towbar
BURGERS

Using plenty of market ingredients and fresh, local produce, Alex and Hayley cook delicious burgers to order

SEE MORE

Colourfields
FARM

High in nutrients Keaton grows a variety of microgreens, salads and baby vegetables, harvested fresh

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[ SEASONAL & GUEST STALL HOLDERS ]
Creekside
STRAWBERRIES

From November to May Elizabeth and her team bring luscious strawberries to market with sun-ripened flavour

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Blueberry Hills
BLUEBERRIES

Fresh, spray-free delicious blueberries, picked ready to eat by Wulf and Shula, from December to March

Cherrydale
FARM

Around Christmas Narissa and her family bring several different varieties of big, juicy, red cherries to market

Love Ya
FUDGE

Handmade by Maree, boxes of decadent creamy fudge come in varied and unusual flavours

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Kate McMillian
CHEF

A few times a year Kate brings eclectic wild foods to the market, gathered from rural North Canterbury

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Beyond the
BLOOM

In the summer months Helen sells locally flowers of all colours and sizes e.g. the biggest Christmas Lilies

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EGGS

A variety of producers bring fresh eggs to market each week, all locally produced by happy free-range hens

Truffle
FESTIVAL

For a few weeks in the middle of winter, Gareth brings locally sourced black and white truffles to market

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Creekside
STRAWBERRIES

From November to May Elizabeth and her team bring luscious strawberries to market with sun-ripened flavour

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Blueberry Hills
BLUEBERRIES

Fresh, spray-free delicious blueberries, picked ready to eat by Wulf and Shula, from December to March

Cherrydale
FARM

Around Christmas Narissa and her family bring several different varieties of big, juicy, red cherries to market

Love Ya
FUDGE

Handmade by Maree, boxes of decadent creamy fudge come in varied and unusual flavours

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Kate McMillian
CHEF

A few times a year Kate brings eclectic wild foods to the market, gathered from rural North Canterbury

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Beyond the
BLOOM

In the summer months Helen sells locally flowers of all colours and sizes e.g. the biggest Christmas Lilies

SEE MORE

EGGS

A variety of producers bring fresh eggs to market each week, all locally produced by happy free-range hens

Truffle
FESTIVAL

For a few weeks in the middle of winter, Gareth brings locally sourced black and white truffles to market

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AMBERLEY FARMERS MARKET
Under the trees by the Hurunui Council offices on SH1, you will find the Amberley Farmers Market in the heart of Amberley, from 9am every Saturday morning. Stop on your travels through North Canterbury and sample baking, sweet treats, coffee and locally made food-to-go. With a wide range of meat, vegetables, eggs, bread, baking, hot food, nuts, oils, honey and other fresh quality produce from local farms and growers this is an authentic farmers’ market where you can make a quick stop for supplies, enjoy savoury/sweet treats, or take your time with a leisurely social shop.

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Several Amberley Farmers Market businesses are working hard to continue providing you with their fresh, local produce, mostly delivered from their door to yours so you don't have to leave your bubble...

#JacksEggs: Saturday delivery. 5 doz eggs, $36 + $5 delivery fee. Ask about smaller amounts. info@jackseggs.co.nz

#Grown: Vege boxes. From their family to yours. Check their Facebook page.

#WaiparaValleyHoney: Clover honey available at The Red Dairy & Food Store.

#ColourfieldsFarm: 100% spray-free vegies & microgreens. Order by 2pm the day before delivery. Check their Facebook page.

Watch this space for more joining the crew next week!!
#backyourownbackyard
#fresh #local #seasonal #quality
#wereallinthistogether
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I have also set up something. It's a voucher system. Full details here. soscafe.nz/products/the-coffee-shot-expresso

This Saturday was supposed to be our Pumpkin Festival. If you grew a giant pumpkin for the competition, pop a photo in our comments so we can see what you achieved!!
(Pic below taken off Pintrest. So cute!!)
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This Saturday was supposed to be our Pumpkin Festival. If you grew a giant pumpkin for the competition, pop a photo in our comments so we can see what you achieved!!
(Pic below taken off Pintrest. So cute!!)

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Oscar's pumpkin with the Farmer's Market plant. 27kg

Patton's pumkin grown from a farmers market plant, unfortunately pearse's plant did not grow past a leaf,

We just had our family competition. Our winning pumpkin was 126kg. We would be keen to try with your plants next year for sure. We used sheep poo and lots of water.

Omg Katie Cooper- tell Patton to stop growing LOL .. nice pumpkin Patton x

WOW Paton!!! 👍

Alice Jones

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2x trays eggs (5 doz=60 eggs)!!!!
$36 + $5 delivery fee.
FREE-RANGE EGGS, pasture fed, MPI accredited. Jack's Eggs will deliver from Cheviot on Saturdays if there's enough demand.
Contact Kobus at info@jackseggs.co.nz
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2x trays eggs (5 doz=60 eggs)!!!! 
$36 + $5 delivery fee.
FREE-RANGE EGGS, pasture fed, MPI accredited. Jacks Eggs will deliver from Cheviot on Saturdays if theres enough demand. 
Contact Kobus at info@jackseggs.co.nzImage attachmentImage attachment

Here's some colour & cheerfulness from #BeyondTheBloom to brighten Day 6 of lockdown. Helen is enjoying having hubby around, helping cross chores off lists!! ... See MoreSee Less

Heres some colour & cheerfulness from #BeyondTheBloom to brighten Day 6 of lockdown. Helen is enjoying having hubby around, helping cross chores off lists!!

Let's hope we can be enjoying truffles at the market when the season rolls around!! Good job Rosie!!I would like to assure all my friends in the truffle business and the business of eating truffles that despite the lockdown I am keeping trim in readiness for the winter season. Felt like it had already arrived on today's walk, and the boss is too mean to light a real fire... ... See MoreSee Less

Lets hope we can be enjoying truffles at the market when the season rolls around!! Good job Rosie!!

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Truffles? I didnt know we had them available here. Im relatively new to the area. How delightful! :)

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