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Three Market Types: Which One Suits You?

Our markets tend to split into these three distinct categories. Choose which one suits you.

A falafel being made by handOriginal farmers’ market

This is a producer market with an organic ethos at its heart. It is an organic-based market, with growers and meat producers. There is a strong bias towards health food. These markets tend to live a long time and invoke loyal shoppers.

Leopardstown is Ireland’s finest example and one of the oldest in the country. It is long-established and has a steady flow of regular shoppers.

Customers viewing a bakery stall at Howth marketLunchtime trade market

This type of market works in office areas, city centre urban environments, and trading estates. Our lunchtime markets fill a gap with an unusal mix of multicultural food experiences which would not normally be available to the hungry lunchtime worker.

Harcourt Street market in central Dublin is a prime example. Authentic international producers rub shoulders with an eclectic mix of Irish staples. Across the board there is high quality and value.

Lunchtime diners at Harcourt Street farmers' marketEvent market

Event markets add to the culture and heritage of a local area and have proved extremely popular. These markets are tourist-biased. They are based in traditional tourist hubs. They attract huge volumes of people, being a concept both familiar and attractive to continental tourists.

Thousands visit our Howth market each Sunday to mix with locals and enjoy the wide range of stalls. Organic producers mix with interesting Irish crafts and multicultural foods.

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