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The Little Food Market

Hilary McNevin

The opportunity to partner with The Little Food Market was something we could not pass up.
At Turnip, we get excited about those who are committed to creating great food, drinks, produce and experiences. We work with those who go the extra mile on quality, authenticity and consistency; those who come to us, when they’re ready, with their stories that we help shape and share.

We are helping share The Little Food Market’s story in general and granular stories. From interviewing exhibitors, sharing their stories, meeting the makers and relishing the anticipation. This storytelling and the support this format of festival provides is crucial to the hospitality and agriculture industries as we see more and more small businesses struggle in the current climate.

This festival and Turnip are all about nurturing these communities to promote growth and awareness around two industries that can often be misunderstood and taken for granted.

The Little Food Market will have over 170 exhibitors all of whom are small businesses, committed to their products and will be under one roof for three days to talk, taste and sell what they create. What an adventure and what a perfect fit for us! 

The team behind The Little Food Market are also behind The Big Design Market, providing a platform for designers and consumers over the last ten years. The focus is on producers who engage in sustainable practices and connection to the land.


The relationships they have forged with their long-term exhibitors are strong and the foundation they’re providing for their new sign-ons is solid and full of joy. Expect to see artisanal honey, organic cheeses, award-winning olive oils, wine, preserves, chilli oils, craft beer, boutique spirits and sweet treats from brands like Six-Eyed Scorpion, Mount Zero Olives, Grandvewe Cheese, Tommy’s Booze and Goldi and many more.

Tickets available here.  



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