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Puddledub Pork attended the very first Angus market held in Forfar in July 1999 and they continue  to support and attend both Montrose and Forfar markets.

Puddledub is a family business from Clentrie Farm, Auchtertool in Fife and both Camilla Mitchell and her brother Tom are familiar faces behind the stall  

Both are still enthusiastic about the direct contact they get with their customers by attending farmers markets.

All of their happy pigs are bred and reared at Clentrie, fed on barley and bedded on loose straw, both grown in the surrounding fields. fields.








The Strathearn cheese company are a new small business based in Comrie Perthshire and are now attending Forfar market on  regular basis. Their cheese is made using local flavours and ingredients and include the Strathearn a soft rennet set cheese with a whisky washed rind. It is suitable for vegetarians and after only 9 months in production was awarded a gold medal at the world cheese awards.







The Sacred Grounds Coffee company roast their wonderful coffee beans in Arbroath making this a truly special Angus product. The Sacred grounds team are an enthusiastic bunch committed to bringing the best tasting coffee to Angus coffee lovers.





The market boasts a fantastic selection of preserves and Allan's Chilli jams bring a great selection of jams and jellies perfect for adding a special zing to your meals and snacks. The sauces are also great for dips and stir fries making them a welcome addition to the condiment shelf.

Tasters of the full range are available at the stall along with friendly chat from the man himself Allan.







 The Redcastle Brewery are a new brewery based at Carmyllie in Angus.  Brewing speciality ales for the discerning customer. They include Tower IPA 4.8%abv.,with fruity aromas and a caramel and toffee after taste. Crusader Pale Ale 4%abv and has been hopped with British and American hops. Red Lady which is a 4% Ruby beer and has a nice chocolate taste. 




Now attending both markets The Dundee cheesecake stall is proving to be one of the most popular stalls at the Forfar market with a fantastic range of baked cheesecakes. The talent behind these wonderful cheesecakes is Craig who has turned his hobby into a very successful venture.








The Devenick Dairy stall has a wonderful selection of hard and soft cheese made in their dairy in the Aberdeenshire countryside. To compliment the cheese you will find tasty oatcakes and for pudding delicious cheesecakes!









The Arbroath fisheries attend both Montrose and Forfar markets bringing a fantastic selection of fresh fish and seafood. They also make their own smokie pate and Cullen Skink ready for you to eat at your leisure.





The market as you can see has many generations of the same family working together to bring the finest quality produce this is Zander Gray.

Zander brings along his local vegetables including potatoes and root vegetables with a little help from his elders! Dad Sandy has Aberfeldy Oatmeal with flour,oatcakes and of course porridge oats and oatmeal. Sarah Grays' preserves adds more fantastic products from mum Sarah so what a busy household!!












Pauline Ewart is fondly known as our Scotch Egg lady and has a very busy popular stall.

Delicious savoury and sweet home baking is available and has become a regular Saturday treat for many customers.

Pauline attends both Montrose and Forfar markets.












 















 































































































































































 Customers feedback -
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 We have become regulars to both your markets now and enjoy everything especially all the tasters!!!! Jenny Arbroath
 Buffalo my favourite it's so lean with no waste, my grandaughter ate the lot she told her mum "this meat is great, I don't even have to chew" say no more!!
 Fantastic choice of meats and also homemade cakes but our favourite is the lady with the scotch eggs -
Mark Forfar
 Best for me Puddledub Pork sausages and the picnic pie to die for!!!
Helen Kirriemuir



                                            

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