Welsh marketeers came to the Southbank centre’s Real Food Market bringing Wales True Taste with them today.
Fabio Diu, Festivals & Market Manager, said: “We see around 10,000 people coming to the Real Food Market every weekend.” The stalls were certainly crowded with people, among them many Welsh, who came to sample “the best of Welsh produce,” with great cheeses, unusual venison and hazelnut terrines, and other typical foods.
Also Celt aromatic ale and delicious, crumbly chocolate brownie squares, everything that you could ask for was there today; even laverbread parcels and lobster rolls.
‘Wales the True Taste‘ market at the Southbank is one of the events organised by The Welsh Government to celebrate St David’s Day and Welsh food and drink.
The Market started on Friday 2nd of March and will be there until tomorrow, Sunday 4th of March.
Producers at the market include:
Coco Bean, Little Welsh Deli, Llanfaes Dairy Ice Cream, The Mushroom Garden, Popty Cae Groes, Chocolate House, The Celt Experience, Welsh Brew Tea, The Chocolate Brownie Company, Radnor Preserves, Blaenafon Cheddar, Snowdonia Cheese Co. Samosaco, Wigmore Bakery, Mootown, Café Mor, Llangollen Brewery, Cnwd, Welsh Cider and Perry Society.