Nov 7 2011, Fullham and Hammersmith Cronicle, By Adam Courtney
Pumpkin, kale and late season apple varieties rolled off the stalls, as the Parsons Green Farmers’ Market celebrated a successful first month in operation.
There are already 25 stalls operating from the site, in the playground of New Kings Primary School, selling everything from dairy and meat products to seasonal autumn veg and locally-sourced fruit juices. Everything at the market is stocked from within a strict 100-mile radius of the M25.
Shoppers have enjoyed a bumper crop of produce and Malcolm Stone, who runs an apple stall, said they appreciate the market’s ‘local is best’ mantra.
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