The Clays Organic Farm - seasonal, fresh, local organic fruit and veg
Sotwell Manor Fruit Farm - sumptuous soft fruits
Coopers Oxford Pork - selection of local free-range pork, sausages and bacon
Willowbrook Organic Farm - organic chicken & lamb, eggs, free range beef and local honey
Crudges Cheese  - award-winning local organic cheeses made using goat, sheep and cows' milk
Country Bunches - Flowers grown in Toot Baldon
Jericho Coffee Traders - premium coffee roasted in Jericho and served from a vivid turquoise tuk-tuk
SESI Food & Detergent Filling Station - refilling empty containers for fairtrade, organic dried foods; household detergents and hair-care products
North Aston Dairy - organic local milk, cream, yoghurt, and welfare-friendly rose veal. Ice cream during summer.
Natural Bread Company - handcrafted speciality breads
Simon Weaver - organic award-winning local cheeses
Mediterranean - lovely falafel, houmous, snacks and sweet treats
Raffaele Pepe - delicious Italian food
Oxford Delhi - Indian curries and snacks
Salad Daze - healthy salads to take away
Once Bitten - artisan biscuits, flapjacks, fudge and more 
Homemade in Oxfordshire - delicious jams, marmalades and chutneys
Market Cafe: Café Asia 
Market News
This year we are celebrating an incredible ten years of East Oxford Farmers' and Community Market. After starting out with six stalls on Manzil Way back in 2007 the market has gone from strength to strength. Moving to the current school site in 2009 the market went on to be shortlisted as one of three finalists for a BBC Food and Farming Award for Best Food Market in 2011. We now host around 20 fantatstic stalls each week and enjoy a wonderfully loyal community of customers for whom we have become an integral part of local life. We think this milestone needs to be marked. And we have teamed up with East Oxford Primary School - which provides such a great location for the market - to do so.
Next Monday several of our regular traders are running an assembly on sustainable food at the school and the kids will be working with Maria of Make Do Mend to design a special edition mug. On Saturday 16th July you can vote for the best design and on Saturday 17th September our birthday extravaganza market will see the winner announced. The mugs will then have pride of place in our market café where they can be used for the next ten years! We are very grateful to Midcounties Co-operative for funding whoch has enabled this work.
This week: fresh organic veal from North Aston Dairy, raspberries from Sotwell Manor Fruit Farm, cut flowers grown in Toot Baldon by this week's Featured Trader - Country Bunches - and so much more.