The glorious taste of late summer produce and local crafts



Midleton Country Market are challenging the norm. The widespread notion that eating organic food grown or raised locally is too expensive is certainly not the case, at the Midleton Country Market.

The late summer harvest of tomatoes dripping with flavour, just fresh out of the ground carrots and potatoes are some of the vegetables that can be found at the church lane market every Friday from 9:30am – 1:30pm.
Homemade bread, scones, cakes and pastries, gluten free scones, paleo diet cakes, bread, lasagnes, shepherds pies, soups, potatoes cakes and eggs. Preserves like Jam, chutney, lemon curd, marmalade and honey are routinely found here.
For the non foodies there are fresh cut flowers, plants, arts and crafts, all at pocket friendly prices.
Why not grab a coffee as you stroll around checking out the handmade soaps, crochet and knitting, celtic birth tree framed pictures, hand turned bowls, candle sticks and lamp stands and homemade jewellery.
On the first Friday of every month with every purchase you will be entered into a draw for some great prizes.

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