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Saturday Morning Market

23rd of May 2016
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 The Mangawhai Saturday Morning Market runs every Saturday from 9 a.m till 1p.m. with a wide variety of goods and services offered
by local stallholders and others from further afield.
 
 For information about the Saturday Morning Market ,contact : Marita Draper at the Kaiwaka Cheese Shop (09) 431 2195  or on mobile on 021598917  
  Email:
keith@cheese-shop.co.nz

 Buskers / Musicians welcome !
 
  Check out our listing on Event Finder : http://www.eventfinder.co.nz/2012/mangawhai-village-market2/mangawhai

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   Some of the goods and services being offered at the Saturday morning market ....

Both organically and conventionally grown vegetables.
Organic Fruit and Vegetables and other raw vegan foods : The Gaya Tree  and on Facebook Avocados.
Tomatoes:

Honey
Baking
Joy's joys :  Joy
             
 
Turkish food :  Alf
                Indian food:   Sumitra
Bread :

Cheese: Kaiwaka Cheese: http://www.cheese-shop.co.nz/
Coffee: Rush Coffee: http://www.rushcoffee.co.nz/
Wine: Millars Vineyard: http://www.millarsvineyard.co.nz/
           Lochiel Estate: http://www.lochielestate.co.nz/ 
Olive Oil: Echo-Valley Olives: http://www.echovalleyolives.co.nz/
                 Silver Hill Olive Estate : http://www.nzoliveoil.co.nz/oliveoil.htm 
Sushi
Silver jewellery
Kombucha : http://www.nutritionbynature.co.nz/
Coconut Products : http://www.naturalabundance.co.nz/
Fresh Fish
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Native plants 
Fruit trees: ovides fortnightly shiatsu massage
Silver cleaning service.

Soap: Cakes of Soap : Mia
Children's Books.
Second hand books, CDs, DVDs, LPs.
Jewellery, trinkets and clothes : Marcotti.
 

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 http://www.kaiparalifestyler.co.nz/Of_Interest.cfm?NewsID=5325
28th of August 2012

Mangawhai's Market Grows
by Julia West

Looking for a huge range of fresh food, lovingly preserved specialities and local produce direct from the source? Then look no further than Mangawhai.


Local olive grower Teresa Anderson — a regular at the Mangawhai Markets

The Mangawhai Saturday Market actually began as an organic market in Kaiwaka in 2000. It was later moved to Mangawhai to capitalise on the holidaymakers who come to the beach at weekends and throughout the summer.

Nowadays the market offers a broad selection of fresh food and produce, much of which is locally sourced and still organic. You’ll find freshly baked bread, cheeses, honey, olive oils, cured meats, smoked fish, grains, preserves, dips, and wine.

Sam’s Butchery, which sells a range of cured pork products, recently won a Gold medal 2012 for their ‘maple dry-cured oak-smoked bacon’. They were up against 85 competitors and 159 different bacons for the prize.

Marita Draper, coordinator of the market, says, “we get a number of customers from Auckland at the weekends who tell us they do all their weekend shopping here.”

There are also stalls selling skincare products, clothing, jewellery, children’s books, dolls out ts, bric-a-brac, wooden products, second-hand books, seedlings and plants. You can get your jewellery cleaned or watch batteries changed at one stall, and most Saturdays a massage therapist is available. Takeaway cafe-style food and fresh coffee are also on offer.

Stallholders range from small business owners to hobbyists, lobbyists, ex-city dwellers, and retirees from as far a field as Ruakaka, Pahi, Paparoa, Matakohe and Warkworth. Three sisters come from Kaiwaka to sell their crocheted and knitted rugs, vests, hats and scarves.

Ron Green has been selling trees and plants at the market for ten years. “It adds to my national super which is a good thing. Living on that alone, there would be a lot of things you couldn’t do. It’s a community thing here too, with people coming along for a coffee and a chin-wag,” says Ron.

For Emma Prujeans of Rush Coffee “the first year was quite tough, but now we get good custom all year round, with regulars amongst the locals and bach owners alike. So we love it here.”

“The market keeps growing, new stalls arrive all the time and the range of products keeps expanding. As the weather improves we’ll have more live music to enliven the atmosphere too,” says Marita.