This farmers’ market is awesome and super central on the Hong Kong island on pier 7. All the produce is organic and the vendors super nice. The vibe is a little tense, the pace is fast.
Sunday 11:00 – 17:00
The vendors don’t bring a lot of produce and the best stuff goes fast, be there 10:45 to get all you need. Bring cash, small banknotes are better, vendors might not have change.
Shortly before 11 the veggies are all covered.
Vendors are packing basket for the pre-orders. If you live in Hong Kong and going to get your produce regularly here, pre-order with the vendors to get the best produce.
Organic carrots, Stefan’s fav veggie.
More organic greens, lettuce, radishes.
The organic sweet potatoes were 31 HKD.
The organic green bananas were 53 HKD. Organic dragon fruit was 158 HKD.
This small organic farmers’ market on the Central Star Ferry Pier No. 7 had everything amazing veggies, greens and fruit.
Central Star Ferry Pier No. 7
Every Wednesday, except public holiday and adverse weather condition
More info on the market here on the seed website .
We love okra and eat it raw, we bought red and green okra here.
We bought papayas, cucumbers, and got this lemon grass as a gift
Pumpkin, cucumbers and chayote.
Sweet potatoes are 400 HKD for 600 g/little more than a lb.
Organic beets, radishes, carrots, beans.
Our market haul. The regular organic bananas and organic avocado is from a supermarket.
Tai Po Farmers’ Market is an all organic farmers’ market located far outside the city center with a great selection of veggies even during the winter time. Held on Wednesdays 10AM-4PM and Sundays 9AM-5PM it’s a rather small farmers’ market, not because there are few farmers, but because they don’t have much produce and the produce is more or less the same, making the variety rather limited. We were hoping for some fruit, but not expecting much. We found dragon fruit and some ripe bananas and bought kale, lettuce, tomatoes and okra.
Kale and different kinds of cherry tomatoes at the Tai Po Farmers’ Market. We bough all the yellow and dark ones on the left.
Organic dragon fruit at the Tai Po Farmers’ Market.
Chard and cilantro. Organic sugar cane.
A nice perk at the Tai Po Farmers’ Market: Wash your hands and produce you wanna try. Totally recommend trying cherry tomatoes before buying, find the variety you like the most.