The market this week is packed with fresh local food including Oxford Mushroom Co, who are back for their first 2018 market, Chillies2U selling chilli sauces and marinades made from local chillies, and Tiddly Pommes with their delicious range of hyper-local apple juices. Oxford Poetry Library will be outside with publications by local authors, we have our usual variety of sweet and savoury takeaways and, after a successful first market last week, Kalaca are back with their authentic Mexican street food in the market café.


Sandy Lane Farm - seasonal, fresh, local organic fruit & veg, lamb & pork
Oxford Mushroom Co - Exotic mushrooms grown on organic oak sawdust blocks in South Hinksey
Tiddly Pommes - superb pressed apple juice from local fruit
Willowbrook Organic Farm - organic chicken & lamb, eggs, free range beef & local honey
Crudges Cheese - range of cheeses hand made by ethical & sustainable cheese makers known personally to award winning Crudges
Jericho Coffee Traders - premium coffee roasted in Jericho & served from a vivid turquoise tuk-tuk
Oxford Delhi - Indian curries & snacks
Oxford Poetry Library - Books, magazines, pamphlets written and/or produced by local writers


SESI Food & Detergent Filling Station - refilling empty containers for fairtrade, organic dried foods; household detergents & hair-care products
North Aston Dairy - organic local milk, cream, yoghurt, & ice cream, plus welfare-friendly rose veal.
Natural Bread - handcrafted speciality breads
Mediterranean - lovely falafel, houmous, snacks & sweet treats
Salad Daze - healthy salads to take away
Blissful Italian - freshly made Italian foods & sweet treats
Naturally Sweet - Refined sugar free treats
Shand's Cakes - homemade tasty cakes & treats
Chillies2U - locally grown chillies, sauces & marinades
Jason's Book Box - second hand books

Market Café: Kalaca – authentic Mexican street food

Market News

Karen Crudge from Crudges Cheese and 2 of her daughters are returning to Calais on Friday 19th January to volunteer with Help Refugees - there are still hundreds of refugees sleeping rough there. They are collecting blankets and sleeping bags, men’s clothing (small/medium), hand-warmers, unlocked mobile phones and also tinned food - fish, tomatoes, kidney/red/white beans, tea, coffee, sugar, rice, dried fruit and nuts.
More info:
You can bring donations to the Crudges Cheese stall at the market this Saturday.
They also have a fundraising page:

Important information: The crane on the development site next to the school is being removed on Saturday so part of Collins Street will be closed. Access to the market from that side should be fine for pedestrians and cyclists. Anyone arriving by car should use Union Street.