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Lyttelton, portal to Canterbury’s historic past, a vibrant sustainable community creating a living future

Market Vendors

This is a list of our current vendors Lyttelton Farmers Market Vendors:

  • Annie's Eggs - Free range eggs, pickled onions, home baking
  • Ashby's - Fresh meat, smoked salmon
  • Belgium Waffles - traditional belgian recipecaddie
  • Caddie Gardens - herbs, seedlings and other plants
  • Campbell's Apples - organic apples in autumn
  • Born and Raised - kombucha and juices
  • Brewer's Union - local craft beers, refill your rigger
  • Emilio's cheese - Italian style cheeses
  • Flower Biz
  • Grant's vegetables
  • Grown - Grown by our family for your family
  • Hapi Pops - pure fruit ice blocks, a wide variety of innovative flaours (summer)
  • Hazelz – hazel nuts, and hazel nut products
  • Hope River Pies - Handmade pies and savouries
  • Horotane Foods - herbs, vegetables, savoury and sweet treats, pesto’s etc
  • Indo Tempeh - locally made tempeh, curries and snacks
  • Injoy- Cheese straws, bacon and egg pies, gluten free treats
  • Janice Fudge - wonderful array of sweet treats
  • John Barton – vegetables
  • June B Cookies - gluten free, dairy free options
  • Kakariki Kitchen - pickles, chutneys and herb butters
  • Kev’s Pickled – gluten free homemade pickles and relishes
  • Little Farm Goat's Cheese - goats farmed and cheese created in Oxford area
  • Lovat Venison
  • Lucky Pig – bacon butties and white bait fritter sandwiches
  • Mumma Bear muesli - nutrient rich mueslis in a variety of flavours
  • Nikau Bakery – Maori and European breads and pastries
  • NZ Clematis – fruiting and ornamental plants
  • Omas - pies, hot sandwiches, salads, hand-ground, gourmet spice blends, dukkahs, and condiments made in Lyttelton
  • Pegasus Organics - fresh vegetables grown in Leithfield
  • Peninsula Protea - protea and cut flowers
  • Pure Pulp – freshly squeezed juices and smoothies - Spring and Summer
  • Radisol - salad dressings, oils and more
  • Roma Gelato - (summer)
  • Ron's Heritage Tomatoes
  • Sheehan Apiaries – honey
  • SpiceCraft - spices salt, garlic and spice mixes
  • Spring Collective – organic vegetables
  • Stewart Island Smoked Salmon – smoked salmon and home-made aioli
  • The Bone Line - fine wines from Waipara
  • The Sausage Shed - sausages, chorizo and cold meats
  • Top Dog Barkery – dog treats and food
  • Turkish bread
  • Twise of Nature - plants, especially succulents
  • Outdoor Kitchen - coffee
  • Vic's Breads - bread, bagels and more
  • Volcano - marinated olives, dips and more
  • Wairiri Buffalo - cheese, yoghurt farmed and made in Methven area
  • Westwood Chicken – organic chicken and fresh fish

Info for Prospective Stallholders

We are currently running at capacity, although changes can happen at any time. You are welcome to submit your application and we will consider it at our next advisory group meeting (third Monday of the month / second Monday of the month Oct, Nov and Dec).

All market vendors are required to have registration with the Christchurch City Council and to provide their Health and Safety documents (see below) as well as vendor application.

We consider applications from vendors of produce, prepared foods and plants ONLY no arts and crafts.

There are two craft markets in Lyttelton on Saturday morning running simultaneously to the Lyttelton Farmers Market. 

Lyttelton Craft & Treasure Market

Collett’s Corner

022 099 1182

Facebook: Lyttelton Craft & Treasure Market


Harbour Bazaar

#6 London Street

Ros Dixon 021 134 7907

Stall Holder Application Process

Stall Holder Application Form

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