Harvest Feast | Organic market stall | Salamanca Market | Hobart

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Harvest Feast HeartHeartHeart
Food store
Hobart
Open: Saturday 6:30am - 3pm

Reviewed By

Sue Dyson and Roger McShane
Address: Salamanca Market outside entrance to Salamanca Square
Hobart, Tasmania, 7000
Country: Australia

Harvest Feast is one of our favourite places to shop in Tasmania. It is a long-running market stall run by Michelle Dyer that focusses on local organic produce and interstate certified organic, non-fumigated produce of the highest quality.
Every Saturday morning when we are in Hobart sees us visiting the Salamanca Market early to visit two stalls, Provenance Growers and Harvest Feast, both of which sell the highest quality organic produce.
We have long been customers of the Harvest Feast stall due to the quality of the produce which is closely overseen by Michelle. She knows all the Tasmanian producers personally and will not tolerate any unsustainable practices such as using glyphosates to chemically kill weeds prior to planting the vegetables.
Some of the produce she sells is truly amazing such as the leeks grown on Tasmania's north-west coast at remote Lorinna by Seven Springs Farm or the radishes and peppers grown by Terry O'Neill in the Huon Valley or the leaves grown by Alex Taylor at Golden Valley Farm also in the Huon Valley.
We also look for the free range eggs that are always available, the very fresh walnuts, the amazing pumpkin seeds and the bread from Tasmania's best baker Pigeon Whole Bakers.
The staff on this stall are all extremely passionate about the produce and are obviously proud about dealing with items of such high quality.
 
     
     
     


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