Weekly markets are valuable platforms for traders to offer fresh, regional products to their customers over a short distance. They are a symbol for regionalised economic cycles and a sustainable food system. The Haiger weekly market usually takes place every Thursday from 11 am to 6 pm on the market square in Haiger. The range of goods on offer at the Haiger weekly market currently includes poultry and potatoes, meat and sausage products, baked goods, fruit and vegetables, eggs, plants and flowers, cheese, pastries, honey, delicatessen and delicatessen products, as well as textiles and leather goods. Other market stalls, including bratwurst, waffles and coffee, round off the varied range of goods on offer. This will give working people, among others, the opportunity to spend their lunch break on Haiger's market square. In the course of this, shopping can be done in advance at the weekly market or simply enjoy the pleasant atmosphere. On 21 March 1974, the weekly market in Haiger was launched for the first time - thus the 40th anniversary was celebrated in Haiger on 20 March 2014! Traders interested in a stall at the Haiger weekly market are welcome to contact the market officials. Contact for questions and applications: Alexandra Schwarzer, 02773-811-116, email@example.com.
Text: City of Haiger
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Poultry and potatoes, meat and sausage products, bakery products, fruit and vegetables, eggs, plants and flowers, cheese, pastries, honey, delicatessen and delicatessen products as well as textiles and leather goods