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Food adventures

WHEN was the last time you tried a new food? We’re not talking a new flavour of chips here, or a new brand of biscuits, but a new fruit or vegetable? Most of us tend to be pretty conservative when it comes to our food choices –

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Traffic disruptions

Byron Shire Council are currently undertaking roadworks on The Esplanade and River St, which is expected to cause significant disruption to market traffic. PLEASE NOTE: On Tuesday February 7, the market must be accessed via Shara Boulevard. Here are the full details from council: “Roadworks – The

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Holiday trading hours

The market will be open as usual during the holiday period, with all of our usual stallholders, live local music and free kids arts and crafts. Tuesday December 27:  8am-11am Tuesday January 3:  8am-11am Tuesday January 10:  8am-11am Tuesday January 17:  8am-11am  

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We love our customers!

Without customers, our farmers market wouldn’t exist. To show our appreciation for the support that you – our customers – continue to show our farmers and producers each year at the New Brighton Farmers Market, we are holding a special customer appreciation day and Christmas party on Tuesday, December 13.

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Mullumbimby Music Festival

Come and enjoy the great food, fantastic music, and festival atmosphere this Friday, November 18, at our sister market, Mullumbimby Farmers Market, when it is transformed into the Mullum Music Festival’s official breakfast venue. ABC Radio will be broadcasting live from the market, with performances from special festival guests

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Our Lunchbox Challenge is back!

It’s time to get out the gardening gloves and watering cans and get busy in the school kitchen garden – the North Byron Farmers Market Association Grow Your Own Lunchbox challenge is on again. Primary schools from around the Byron Shire are invited to join in this fun

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Healthy lunchbox ideas

We all want to send our kids off to school with a lunchbox full of healthy, tasty and nutritious food, but finding inspiration can be a challenge. At the market you’ll find plenty of fresh ideas for lunchboxes: nutrient rich, locally grown and produced real whole foods,

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Pasta with garlic, chilli and kale

This recipe is courtesy of our stallholders Summit Organics, who borrowed it from one of their favourite cookbooks, Veg Everyday by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall of River Cottage fame. It’s a really simple & scrumptious way to use kale, which as you may have heard, is considered  a bit of

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Shop healthier at the market

What we eat impacts both our physical and mental health, and the Western diet of highly-processed, high-sugar and high-fat food is being blamed for a myriad of problems from obesity and diabetes, to asthma, dementia, depression and even autism. The sheer volume of processed, nutrient-poor foods available

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Pumpkin and ricotta bruschetta

Pumpkin may not be the first thing that springs to mind when you think about breakfast, but we guarantee this recipe by Rob at  The Nomadic Kitchen will change your mind (and of course there’s so much lovely sweet pumpkin around at the moment it’s the perfect time

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Recent news

  • Neville Singh bananas

    IF you’ve ever eaten a locally grown banana, there’s a good chance you’ve been converted for life. Although they only account for a very small …
  • Playing With Fire

    The market is proud to have recently welcomed native food stall Playing With Fire to our weekly line up of stallholders. Playing With Fire is …
  • What’s new?

    We have lots of exciting new products (and a new stallholder)…. DUCK EGG CUSTARD Made using fresh Jersey milk from Allard’s Dairy in Burringbar, vanilla …

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