• Slow Market Willowbridge

    The popular Slow Market Willowbridge at the trendy Willowbridge Lifestyle Centre is one of the leading gourmet food markets in the northern suburbs of Cape Town, open every Saturday 9:00-14:00, come rain or shine. Close to the Durbanville winelands you will be greeted by an urban cosmopolitan street market scattered Read more [...]


    South Africa’s first PLASTIC-FREE grocery store committed to sustainability. Nude Foods takes us back to a time when there was no packaging and no plastic and you could get natural food made by good, honest people, paid for by weight on a scale! What a brilliant idea! In the old Read more [...]

  • Root 44 Market

    Good food, delicious drinks, lively tunes and brilliant company. This market has perfect all-weather setting where you, friends and family can come together rain or shine. It is a market with a difference: housed in sturdy, super cosy Downings marquees (which means rain is never an issue), and surrounded by Read more [...]

  • Century City Natural Good Market

    The Century City Natural Goods Market is Cape Town’s premier outdoor fair and is packed with an entertaining menu for visitors, delicious gourmet food and original hand made crafts. Held on the village green close to Intaka Island during the summer months, each market showcases local musicians and a thrilling show for Read more [...]

  • Cape Town Market

    The Cape Town Market is one of the oldest and largest fresh produce markets in South Africa. Our market is over 50 years old and services over 5500 producers delivering fresh produce to our market agents, who in turn sell the fresh produce to over 8000 registered buyers

  • OBDM – Organic & Biodynamic Market

    Different is not easy in today’s world, but the stallholders at OBM have been carefully selected for their ethics, transparency and quality. Organic; biodynamic; sustainable; permaculture; free range; fair trade; earth friendly; nutritious; nutrient dense – are all terms that belong to this market, almost kept a secret by Constantia school Read more [...]

  • Wild Oats Community Farmers Market

    VERY SATURDAY MORNING THROUGHOUT THE YEAR (from 7:30-12 noon summer; 8:00-12 noon winter) COME RAIN OR SHINE, this authentic producers market is brimming with the choicest locally-produced foods, both the take-home and breakfast variety. Including free-range meats, chicken, lamb, dairy and cheese, the market also specializes in fresh-from-the-field veg, freshly baked and Read more [...]

  • Vegan Goods Market

    The Vegan Goods Market’s mission is to provide convenient access to ethical, plant-based food and provide support and inspiration in living more kindly. This market opens every first Saturday of each month from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

  • Earth Fair Food Market

      Saturdays at Earth Fair Market are all about shopping for the whole week. The market has a strict ethos on all animal products which must be from free range and ethically farmed sources. The market hosts traders selling organic and noncold chain fruit and vegetables, farm dairy, cheeses, breads, raw dog food, bone broths, probiotic foods, banting products etc.  Tokai Open Saturday 9.00 am – 2.00 pm and Wednesday 3.00 pm – 8.30 pm St Georges Mall opens Thursday 11:00 – 3:00 pm

  • Slow Market Stellenbosch

    The popular Stellenbosch Slow Market at the historical Oude Libertas is the leading gourmet food market in the Cape, open EVERY  SATURDAY 9:00-14:00, come rain or shine. In the surrounds of the Cape Winelands, you will be greeted with fresh country air, a spacious oak-lined piazza and vineyards, the perfect Read more [...]

  • The Hub Organic Goods Market

    The Hub Organic Goods Market is a home and a community meeting place in Newlands for people interested in a healthy, active lifestyle, organic food and nutrition, with freshly prepared food, including vegetables picked from the venue’s organic garden.

  • Neighbourgoods Market

    Begun with a vision of reviving the community market as a social institution, The Neighbourgoods Market was held for the first time in September of 2006. Housed in the historic sky-lit warehouse of The Old Biscuit Mill, the market quickly established itself as a catalyst for – and celebration of Read more [...]