Farmers’ markets are held throughout the year in Dorset and are a great place to get to know Dorset produce and crafts.
Food Prepared With Care
A trip to one of the fabulous farmers’ markets is the best place to find high-quality food that reflects the county’s character and diversity. Discover, browse and try the wide range of Dorset delicacies, from fruit and vegetables in the garden to freshly baked cakes, bread, organic meats and many other delicacies.
The freshness and flavor of locally grown foods are unbeatable!
Taste the Aromas
The Dorset Farmer’s Market offers the opportunity to meet farmers, producers and growers directly. Stroll and experience the aromas and flavors of the models on offer and admire the wonderful selection of precious and colorful local products.
Hear the conversation and murmur between customers and merchants … You are sure to get some great advice on what others have already experienced and come back to buy again!
Ingredients for Every Occasion
The quality and variety of the products in markets are impressive. Prepare local delicacies to make wonderful festive foods from scratch or pick up small pieces for a delicious snack or beach picnic.
Why not take home a delicious Dorset gift to a foodie friend so they too can discover the true taste of Dorset!
In agricultural market, producers must meet certain criteria to ensure authentic, high-quality products. Local really means local – all produce must be grown, reared, captured or processed by the stall owner, all within 30 miles of the market.
Plus, by shopping at the Dorset food market, they help support the local Dorset economy and reduce food consumption, which makes the taste of these fresh English strawberries even more delicious !!
See all listings for all producing markets in the county or visit one of the weekly markets in Dorset.
Poundbury Farmers Market
Mother Queen Square, Poundbury, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 3BL
LAST UPDATE – Dorset Farmers Markets returns in July!
On the first Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Queen’s Mother Square.
Poundbury overlooks the famous Iron Age mountain town, the Maiden Castle, at the western end of the town, in the lands of the duchy, and has impressive architecture – construction is still underway in some places and the whole concept and development has attracted a lot of media attention and recognition.
The standard farming market is the largest, organized by Dorset Farmers Markets Ltd., with nearly 40 producers participating on a regular basis; it was also voted “Dorset’s Best Farmer’s Market” at the Dorset Food and Drink Awards.
For the rest of the list of Markets, please visit our page where to buy organic food