Manchester’s eagerly anticipated Fine Food Market returns to St Ann’s Square next week, 1 – 6 July.
Food-lovers will flock to the market to indulge in some delectable treats, as some of the best local and international produce will be on offer.
From fresh farm produce including local venison, game, beef and gammon, to sizzling dishes from Brazil, Spain and India, the market promises it all.
A selection of real ales and bottled beers will be served up alongside fruit liqueurs and smoothies, while freshly baked breads and specialty cheeses will be complemented by the numerous pickles, chutneys and jams for sale.
Handmade liquorice, biscuits, pancakes, toffees and fudges will complete the offering to tempt any sweet tooth.
Councillor Paul Andrews, Executive Member for Neighbourhood Services at Manchester City Council said: "The Fine Food Market is one of the most popular on our busy calendar and is a tremendous showcase for local restaurateurs and farmers."
Manchester Fine Food Market will take place Tuesday 1 July to Sunday 6 July in St Ann's Square, 10.00am - 5.30pm.
Claire Keegan, Press Office, tel: 0161 234 4014