Discover a great range of fresh Scottish produce at farmers’ markets and farm shops across Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley. Once you’ve tried the mouth-watering dishes in the restaurants across the region, you’ll be keen to get your hands on some of the delicious ingredients to create your own culinary delights at home.
From Queen’s Park and Mansfield Park in Glasgow to Paisley, Erskine, Biggar and across Lanarkshire, the regular markets feature a busy selection of stalls boasting fresh local produce.
Look out for seafood, meat, game and fruit and vegetables, as well as sweet treats including fudge and tablet. There’s also an excellent range of ales and spirits which are produced in the region and stallholders are only too happy to share their knowledge and give you tips on how to get the best from their produce.
Browse the listings to find more farmers’ markets and farm shops across Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley.
This market has been resurrected by Renfrewshire and Inverclyde Farmers' Market Co-Operative, much to the delight of the locals. It is well worth a visit and now has up to 17 stalls giving the consumer plenty of choice. It is here to stay.
Held in the centre of the town this splendid market is run by the Renfrewshire Farmers' Market Co-operative and has a wide varity of producers from all over the region, a lovely way to spend a Wednesday morning.
Organised by the Lanarkshire Farmers' Market Ltd, with up to 20 producers from the local area as well as from all over Scotland and held at Overton Farm is it a splendid days outing to get away from the hustle of city life.