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Market Share

Skip the weekend sleep in and get out and explore fresh and tasty artisan foods (while keeping your food miles low as well!) at Christchurch’s awesome line up of farmers’ markets.

Christchurch Farmers’ Market

This Saturday morning institution (pictured) showcases the growers, bakers, winemakers, brewers, producers and butchers of Canterbury en masse, and as an added bonus there’s also heaps of great ready-to-eat artisan fare available. Riccarton House, every Saturday 9am – 1pm

Lyttelton Farmer’s Market

A regular stop for city foodies who make the trip through the tunnel especially, the port’s market specialises in gourmet foods including fresh fruit and veges, free-range eggs, fresh fish, bread, meat and cheeses, juices and herbs, along with and wine, craft beers and fresh milk. London Street, Lyttelton, every Saturday 10am – 1pm

Opawa/St Martin’s Farmers’ Market

Head down on Sunday mornings to get the veges in for the week and supplement them with fresh bread, French-style pastries, free-range eggs, locally made Italian cheeses, salads, and more. 275 Fifield Terrace, every Sunday 9am – 12pm

Lincoln Farmers’ & Craft Market

Find seasonal fruit and vegetables, German baking, pizzas and pastries, sweet treats, and gourmet delicacies at this Lincoln foodie fixture which recently celebrated its 10th birthday. Gerard Street, every Saturday 10am – 1pm

The Riccarton Market

The grand-pappy of Christchurch markets is the biggest of its kind in New Zealand, and you’ll find a decent sprinkling of artisan food and beverages amongst its 300-plus stalls. Riccarton Park Racecourse, every Sun 9am – 2pm. Find out more here. Link to LBB

Opawa/St Martins Farmers’ Market

An impressive selection of fresh local produce including locally-made Italian cheeses and a large organic selection makes this market a must. 275 Fifield Terrace, Every Sunday, 9am – 12pm

Kaiapoi Farmers’ Market

Sure, it might be a bit of a drive depending on where you live, but this not-for-profit community market focussing on local producers and local artisan products is worth it. Morgan Williams Park, Every Saturday, 9am – 12pm

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