Sourced Market Brings Farmers Market Concept To Train Stations
If you are anything like me you will appreciate good food. Food that is delicious and nutritious, be it a naughty treat or a healthy wholesome bite, I want to eat food that is good quality and represents value for money. I also want food that is produced ethically and sustainably. I often struggle to find this when I’m on the go traveling around the city for meetings and work. Train stations are often the worst places to find any decent food that’s worth the often inflated price tag. That is until now.
In 2007 Sourced Market was born with the concept of bringing great local small London suppliers to the convenience sector. In 2009 the first permanent site was launched in St Pancras Station feeding hungry city workers, commuters and tourists alike with fantastic high quality food that can be eaten on the go or during a quick break at the seating areas alongside the stalls.
And there is plenty to take home for later too. Pick up a special bit of cheese and charcuterie for later, or some last minute Christmas gifts such as chocolate penguins, salted peanut chocolate baubles, Fine Cheese Co selection hampers or some Melegatti Tiramisu. Yum!
With the success of the St Pancras site Sourced Market are set to open two new sites in Marylebone and Victoria stations in 2016 after hitting their crowdfunding target. Well done guys!
Stalls are open from 7am until 9pm and you can find out loads more about them at their website: SourcedMarket.com Look out for their quality scrumptious food at London based festivals and big events throughout the year too.