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Important Update - 23rd March 2020
Farmers' Market has now been suspended until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience caused, and hope to start trading again as soon as circumstances allow.

While the farmers’ market is closed, you are able to order local produce from the following market traders. This is the current list, as on 24th March 2020, and will be updated as circumstances change.

Chypraze Farm
Pork, beef, lamb and eggs. Home delivery.

Quayside Fish
Locally caught fresh fish and shellfish. Home Delivery. 01326 562008

Paul’s Vegetables and Herbs
Vegetables, salad leaves, herbs and eggs. Home delivery service on Thursdays will start on 2nd April.
Tel: 01736 791877.
Orders need to be placed by the previous Tuesday.

Ruby June’s Indian Kitchen
Curry sauces, samozas, bhajis. Sauces available by mail order or from Harveys Butchers on Tregenna Place. Sauces, Samozas and bhajis also available from the Allotment Deli, Fore Street, delivered fresh on Mondays and Thursdays.

Katjacks – The Soulful Flapjacks
A delicious range of healthy flapjacks. Delivery by post. Also available from Ayr Stores.

Mossel & Croust
Vegetable cracker biscuits.

The Little Cake Lady
Cakes for all occasions. Home delivery.



Any business that grows, bakes, rears, catches, smokes, brews or cures local food is eligible to take part in the markets.

By local we mean that the business must be based within 30 miles of St Ives (that means almost as far as St Austell and Padstow). Some ingredients can be ‘imported’ from further afield, in which case they must have been substantially altered by the trader.

While the market is primarily geared towards food, other goods may be sold if they are linked directly to the land – for example, cut flowers or plants.

Below is a list of some of our regular stallholders - although its not exhaustive as stalls vary week to week and according to season. You can see what a fantastic variety of Cornish produce we have on sale.

Oliver's Olives    

Freshly prepared finest olives and more delicious foods.

We buy the best quality juicy olives and freshly prepare them using our own marinades and recipes. Preparing what we need and when we need them in small batches, ensures our premium quality. We take pride in what we do, so our attention to detail ensures that we produce the finest exquisite olives.

Based in Perranporth Cornwall.

Oliver's Olives - Facebook
  Oliver's Olives
Paul's Vegetables and Herbs    

Paul’s vegetables and herbs at St Ives Farmers’ market every week offers very fresh vegetables and herbs, and now and then during the summer my own grown cut and potted flowers. All the vegetables and herbs are either grown by myself or other growers, but more importantly, they are all grown within a 10 mile radius of St Ives and are usually harvested no more than 24 hours prior to market day. This means the produce is very fresh and has not burnt a lot of carbon by coming hundreds of miles. In addition, all my own vegetables are grown with natural and organic fertilisers and feeds, as are some of the other growers’ produce. If all that wasn’t enough, the atmosphere and community spirit in the market is second to none every week! See you there!

  Paul's Vegetables and Herbs
Cathy's Homity Pies and Brioche    

I have lived in St Ives for 34 years! I live in the centre and love it! I started the Farmers Market last November, making Homity pies after remembering them from when I first moved to Cornwall. I think I now have the recipe to most people's liking.

A friend gave me the idea for the marmite and cheese brioche, then I just added my own ideas and flavours.

I do source my ingredients locally ( from the market if I can!) and local shops . I bake from home and then I am ready for the market on Thursday !
Cathy Hatton

  Cathy's Homity Pies and Brioche
Roseveor Plants - Rebecca Astrinsky    

I was born and live in St Ives. I grow my plants in Nancledra, a couple of miles away, where I was brought up and where my mother still lives. As its quite remote I sell my plants in and around St Ives.

Although I don't have any formal training, I come from a family of gardeners. I'm very lucky, I enjoy my work! My plants are grown as naturally as possible and include succulents, aeoniums, herbs, basket & patio plants, hardy perennials and shrubs.

I aim for great quality at affordable prices.

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Quayside Fish    

Quayside Fish is a real fishmongers selling fresh local fish, seafood, and other locally produced goods direct to the public, from our shop and through our fresh fish mail order service.

Situated in Porthleven – a small historic, Cornish fishing village, Quayside Fish has grown into a nationally recognised artisan business. With its outstanding mail order service, it has an unequalled reputation.

Weather permitting, fish and shellfish caught in the clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean are landed to us from small inshore boats from Porthleven and Coverack, owned and managed by local families who are respectful of the sea and the conservation of stocks.

We also top up our counter with the highest standard of fish from one of the local auctions, inshore boat caught of course, and line caught where possible.

Quayside Fish - Website
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Kyfyth Kernow    

Kyfyth Kernow means Cornish Preserves. Many of you who come to St Ives Farmers’ market will know me as the jam lady who is fanatical about fruit, jam, and good quality local produce.

At the moment I have 5 varieties of marmalade, lots of strawberry jam, lemon curd (made with Cornish butter), and several chutneys.

Some real favourites with my customers are runner bean chutney, Kea plum jam, lemon curd and traditional Seville orange marmalade.

I also make 3 varieties of mustard , using herbs from the garden, which are proving to be quite popular.

Kyfyth Kernow Website
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    Ruby June - The Indian Kitchen  

Authentic Indian food - ready to eat or take home.

Fresh curry sauces, samosas with various fillings, dhal, onion bahjis and indian flatbreads.

All freshly prepared in Ruby's kitchen in St Ives.

Ruby June Website

Ruby's - Fresh Curry Sauces
    Sweet Beach Bakes  

Handmade With Love In St Ives.

We specialise in homemade cakes and treats. We use locally sourced, quality ingredients to create tasty bakes for all of our customers to enjoy. We attend local farmers markets, supply local cafes and we can also supply personalised orders.

Facebook - Sweet Beach Bakes

Instagram - @sweetbeachbakes

Sweet Beach Bakes
Chypraze Farm    

We sell a range of pork and beef cuts and other products from rare breed livestock reared in the outdoors on our small farm in Morvah on the north coast. Our 100 pigs are Saddleback and Middle White and enjoy roaming around 15 acres.

Our cattle are Highland cows: a native rare breed that are ideal for rather rough and steep terrain, and who are part of a Natural England sponsored ‘conservation grazing’ project to restore a more diverse range of plants and flowers on local lowland heath.

Chypraze Farm - Website
Chypraze Farm - Facebook
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Cath’s Cornish Kitchen    

A mouthwatering range of quiches, pies, specialty bakes, feta spinach parcels and the ever popular sausage rolls. Baked fresh for every market- catch them straight from the oven!

Cornwall Chocolate Cove    

We believe in the pleasure of healthy eating, making chocolate gems with thoughtfully selected, nutrient rich, deliciously mouth watering ingredients, inspired by the crystal clear turquoise of the Cornish sea, and the wild forces of nature.

Our products are handcrafted, vegan, gluten and soya free, and low GI.

Cornwall Chocolate Cove - Website
Cornwall Chocolate Cove - Facebook
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Rosewarne Apiary    

A small scale local honey producer based in Camborne. As well as jars of delicious honey from the heart of the Cornish countryside, we sell a range of beeswax products which are ideal for presents and everyday use.

Rosewarne Apiary - Facebook
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St Ives Gin    

Every bottle is crafted by we three Thompson Brothers to ensure a colour, flavour and clarity that we're proud to put our names to.

We hand forage our botanicals wherever we can, and source local ingredients wherever possible.

St Ives Gin - Website
St Ives Gin - Facebook
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Mossel & Croust    

Vegetable crackers handmade in Cornwall. Our first cracker (Celery, Tomato & Chilli) is based on a family favourite – homemade pizza!

The second flavour needed to be very different, and the fields of Cauliflower around us was the inspiration. Adding Lime and Ginger was another long-time favourite combination.

Our next flavour? Something with Carrot?

Mossel & Croust - Website
Mossel & Croust - Facebook
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The soulful flapjack.

Katjacks - Facebook
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Sophie's Touch    

An authentic range of Mediterranean produce prepared with loving care, including French oils, mustards and dressings, vinegars, traditional jams and marmalade, and seasonal produce.

Sophie's Touch - Website
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Great Sellan Farm - Rescued Hen Eggs    

This local family sheep and cattle farm in Sancreed has around 300 rescued chickens which enjoy a happy, free-range life and produce high-quality eggs.

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So Salata    

Our ethos is great healthy food that has that wow factor, making the ingredients more… “making salads more!” We offer salads with a variety of dietary requirements which are suitable for so many who have allergies or specific diets. All our salads are vegetarian. We source local ingredients where possible and create exciting new flavours and dishes with options for vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and nut-free diets.

So Salata - Website
So Salata - Facebook
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The Little Cake Lady    

Every once in a while, (at least once a year), we all deserve to be spoilt with cake. An amazing cake which is just as individual as every one of us. Which celebrates and sighs with joy. That puts a smile on your face. That’s what I believe anyway. I love baking and creating fun and beautiful celebrations in cake form, to then be demolished, shared and devoured by you and all those that love you. Everyone deserves cake.

The Little Cake Lady - Website
The Little Cake Lady - Facebook
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Gweal Mellin Cider    

Gweal Mellin Cider Co aims to create beautiful, real Cider from Cornish apples - to excite the taste buds and quench the thirst. We believe that Cider should be sharp, complex and full of character.

Our Ciders and Juices are made from apples picked exclusively from Cornwall by our team and pressed in our Barn near Constantine.

Gweal Mellin Cider - Website
Gweal Mellin Cider - Facebook
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Veg Heads    

A range of tasty animal-free dishes, snacks, sweet and savoury bakes.

Veg Heads - Facebook
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Jo’s Pots    

I make simple thrown and hand built earthenware and stoneware ceramics. My designs have evolved from what I use in my own kitchen. The textures and glazes inevitably reflect the land and seascape where I live in St Ives.

Jo’s Pots - Facebook
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St Ives Bunting    
Ready-made & bespoke bunting for all occasions.

Designed & hand-made in St Ives Cornwall.

Choose from our ready-made range or create your own theme & colours.

We can design and hand make unique bunting just for you.
Or send us your own design and we will bring it to life.

St Ives Bunting - Facebook
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Harkon Woodworks    

Harkon WoodWorks is a family craft business based in St.Ives, Cornwall, working with reclaimed wood furniture, photography and textiles.

Using pallet and other reclaimed wood we produce simple and attractive rustic furniture all individually crafted in a Cornish shed.

Harkon WoodWorks - Website
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John Chard Photography    

John is a St Ives born and bred photographer who loves to shoot images of St Ives and West Cornwall. He used to be a fisherman out of St Ives and Newlyn harbours. He has been a Crewman of St Ives Lifeboat for 34 years and is currently the Head Launcher.

His love of the sea and boats comes through in his photography and merchandise, which includes prints , clocks , mugs, keyrings, fridge magnets and his popular ‘My St Ives ‘ calendar and book.

John Chard Photography - Facebook
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David Jones - Woodturner    

David sources his wood locally wherever possible, to produce a beautiful collection of bowls, bread boards and other artefacts that bring out the rich grain of the wood.

He is a member of The Association of Woodturners of Great Britain.

David Jones - Woodturner - Website
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St Ives Seaglass Company    

Mel Digner is a jeweller living in St Ives whose speciality is Seaglass.

She only collects from the beaches and coves of St Ives, ensuring that only locally sourced material is used in her hand-crafted artworks.

Commissions also undertaken.

St Ives Seaglass Company - Facebook
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