Willowbridge Slow Market
What is “slow food”, you might wonder? The answer is quite simple: it’s the opposite of fast food! Think fresh, healthy, organically grown produce of all kinds and you’ll find it every Saturday from 09h00 to 14h00 at the Willowbridge Slow Market, at the Willowbridge Lifestyle Centre in Tyger Valley.
Fair play rules at the popular market, where local producers – who are always on hand – are only permitted to sell products that they have grown, sourced, raised, harvested, caught, preserved or transformed.
All products are required to be “of outstanding quality” and must adhere to strict hygiene standards, use only natural ingredients and be respectful of the environment.
Pricing is based on the principle of fairness, both in terms of payment to the producers and in treatment of customers, who benefit from the reduced cost of direct sales.
Looking after the environment
In recognition of respect for the environment, slow food marketers keep their waste to a minimum and use biodegradable materials wherever possible.
The market takes place every Saturday from 09h00 to 14h00.
- Phone: +27 (0)72 922 9311
- Website: http://www.slowmarket.co.za
- Physical Address: Willowbridge Lifestyle Shopping Centre, 39 Carl Cronje Drive, Tyger Valley
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