London’s newest indoor market, Wembley Park Market, adds to its community of independent and local merchants and makers with the launch of a brand-new food zone. The new hub boasts eight independent and family-run grocery brands, made-up of healthy frozen foods, confectionaries and pantry staples to take away.
Just a short stroll from Wembley Park underground station, the market now hosts a changing line up of food traders offering flavours from around the world, which means there’s something new for visitors to try and discover upon very visit. The curated food offer caters to every type of palette and lifestyle, from ready to heat and eat frozen meals from Gourmade and Life Fork & Spoon, and unashamedly tasty chilled pies from Mud Food through to traditional confectionery and bespoke gifts from Ask Mummy & Daddy’s and gourmet popcorn from Joe & Seph’s.
The UK’s largest, fully certified organic supermarket, Planet Organic offers pantry-essentials. Expect natural and wholesome food, that is ethically sourced and freshly prepared. Pioneers of authentic Japanese fine foods, Clearspring, bring a flavour of its macrobiotic specialities and organic offer to the market, while BoroughBox offers food and drink from independent producers across the UK and beyond.
The new food area completes the market’s one-stop-shop lifestyle offer. To one side of the market are brands with an emphasis on local sourcing and sustainability, including zero waste company, Patoka which offer dry food products, sustainable toiletries and home accessories for environmentally conscientious consumers. Everyday staples sit side by side with ethical and sustainably sourced candles and fashion accessories at Duckpond Collective.
To the other side are fashion and style brands, including Lucy’s London Vintage – a collection of vintage clothes and accessories and SQUIINS – a London based bag and accessories brand with a simple idea; to design and handcraft bags and accessories, using high-quality materials sourced from Britain and Europe.
Since opening in July 2019, the market has played a key role in building a strong local community and now the market offers a destination where locals can affordably shop for specialised groceries.
Visitors to Wembley Park Market will go on a delicious journey of discovery and have the opportunity to delve a little deeper into the passionate people behind the brands.