I ended up here by mistake after staying with my friend in Morden. It was early on a Saturday and I have to say that after the night I’d had I was rather reluctant to get out of bed. Well, it turns out it was worth it. This place is dedicated to local Farmers who are growing and raising the produce themselves. After reading ‘The Omnivore’s Dilemma’ by Michael Pollan earlier this year(I recommend this book to anyone who wants to know how the food gets on your table) I have developed a keen interest in buying my food in this way, and it appears so have a lot of other people as these kind of farmer’s markets are increasing substantially in popularity. This market is held weekly in the grounds of a local school and has a very good choice of organic vegetables & fish as well as free range meat(chicken, beef, lamb, pork, sausages, bacon). You can also find buffalo mozzarella, fruit juices, cold cuts and yoghurt. The stall holders are very keen to explain how it may have been grown, reared and caught and although it’s a little more expensive than your local supermarket the pay-off is taste, quality and ultimately your health.