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Welcome to Fife Farmers’ Market

As we start our new year we are currently looking for newproducers to join our Fife Farmers Markets' we are interested in any producers,but have several products as below that we are interested in:

Preserves: Jam/Chutney/Marmalde
Home Baking: Breads/Cakes/Biscuits
Fruit & Vegetables
Plants & Flowers

We are continually on the lookout for new products and producers to enhance our markets we also welcome anyCraft producers which adds to our customers choice and shopping experience.

If you would like to find outmore or are interested in applying do get in touch.

Visit our website "Get inTouch" page for more information on applying for a stall:


There is no Farmers Market in St Andrews and Dunfermline until February.

The first Farmers Market of 2019 is in Cupar 19th January.

Check out a market near you, we have some new producers for 2018.

We have moved the Dunfermline Market to a new location from Glen Gates in Bridge Street to Dobbies Garden Centre at The Fife Leisure Park the 2nd Saturday every month. This is a new venture and hope customers will support us.  We have up to 20 traders attending with a variety of produce on offer. Find out more: Dobbies Garden Centre

Check out our next Fife Farmers Market in your area!

Fife Farmers Market voted best Scottish Farmers Market for 2016 at The Scottish Independent Retail Award ceremony on May 10th held at Crowne Plaza Hotel Glasgow.  The award was received by Market Coordinator Barbara Wardlaw on behalf of Fife Farmers Market Committee, Members and its Traders.

 Are you a "New Food Business" based in Fife,  would you like to trade at the Fife Farmers Markets for Free! and gain expert business advice and support! then get in touch:

Enjoy Our Markets

Discover and buy fresh local produce from Fife’s finest producers.

Fife has many farmers who are producing and sell direct to customers, offering a great choice or products. Knowing where and how food has been produced is what our customers prefer, by being able to speak to the farmer at the markets reassures customers what they are buying.

Buying locally reduces carbon footprint and keeps the local economy healthy, just like the food!