Every Sunday | 9:00am - 12.30pm | 510 Richmond Road, Grey Lynn, Auckland


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Macha Macha A crucial cup of courage swigged by Samurai warriors before battle and the pre-meditation brew of choice for Buddhist monks, we aren’t the slightest bit surprised that Matcha is back in vogue. Matcha shots replaced coffee as the ‘it’ beverage at New York Fashion Week thanks to its steady three-hour caffeine release. Fortnightly
The Bowser Purveyors of hand-made coconut yoghurt, unprocessed and free from preservatives Weekly
Your Welcome Coffee Sam makes awesome coffee to set you up for some serious fruit and vege shopping Using all organic and fairtrade coffee and spinning great tunes on his retro turn table Sam sets the scene for the market. Weekly
Napoli Central Authentic Italian Pizza made onsite while you wait. Adhoc
Fresh Gardens Certified organic grown in Kumeu.  Selection includes salad mix bags, baby spinach, rocket, kale, bok choi, beetroot, beans, broccoli, cauliflower, courgettes, celery, leeks, tomatoes and more.  Also specialty items like edamame beans and asparagus. Weekly
George’s Garden  Wide selection of fresh produce. George specialises in strawberries which he grows in Whenuapai. Prepare for a queue this stall is running hot right now. Weekly
Local honey
Local award winning honey, honeycomb, and beeswax from hives in the Grey Lynn area and Beachlands. Weekly, but not the last Sunday
Grey Lynn 2030 Waste Away Reusable string bags, bokashi buckets, worm farms, keep cups and loads of information about ways to reduce waste from committed Grey Lynners.  Waste away runs a ””””bring it back”””” depot at the market for re-usable containers and bags. Weekly, but not the last Sunday
Hakanoa Handmade Drinks Dry Ginger Beer, Lime & Chilli Ginger Beer, Spicy Chai Syrup and Ginger Syrup, hand made in Titirangi using mostly organic ingredients. Third Sunday
Heirloom Organix
Seasonal certified organic seedlings and fertilisers from Heirloom Organix- ready to plant. Weekly
Kraut Couture  Home-made probiotic sauerkraut, avaialble in a range of flavours. On Hiatus
 Jam Pak’d Pies  Pies, sausage rolls, and custard tarts, made with free range eggs. Weekly
 Paradise Lost Hand-cut seasonal flowers, grown in South Head Weekly
Amber Chai AmberChai is made from a delicious blend of organic spices. It enhances your seasonal wellness and comes in a 50 gram jar offering 30 servings. Weekly
Natures Corner Truly free range eggs Weekly
Il Casaro If art were cheese this would be it. The best of Italian Cheese Weekly
Zeki’s The delicious Turkish Pide Bread (pronounce peedeh) is baked nightly by Zeki’s Bread in our woodfired oven. Also beutiful olives and dips.
Bread and Butter Bakery 100% organic loaves of rye, spelt and sourdough made in traditional German style.  Also selling mostly organic pastries, pretzels and seasonal specialities.  Friends of the Market get a free pastry with every loaf of bread. Weekly
Tikapa Moana Organic Orchard Organically grown fresh fruit that changes with the seasons- oranges, plums, pears, apples,avocados and more, all grown in the Firth of Thames.  Also check out  Bill and Marilyn’s eco retreat. 2nd and last Sunday
Salash Delicatessen  Free-range organic naturally cured traditional European meats. Weekly
The Salmon Man King salmon sold fresh or smoked.  All filleted and pin-boned by Ron the Salmon Man. Weekly
Sarah’s Sauces  Chutneys, Jams, Sauces and preserves. Love in a bottle. First and third Sunday
Taste of India Delicious hot indian food made onsite Weekly
 Bowl And Arrow Smoothie Bowls help you reach your 5+a day and boost your nutrient intake.  All of the B&A bowls are all the ‘free’s (gluten, sugar, and dairy) and always include a superfood, a variety of fresh fruit, veggies, and nuts. Weekly
 Urban Fuel   Delicious fresh juices and smoothies. Weekly

Griff Cooke
Neuromuscular massage therapist Griff Cooke offers massages during the Grey Lynn Farmers Market in the lobby of the Community Centre..




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