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Slow down with Cedar Square’s new Slow Market

Slow down with Cedar Square’s new Slow Market

New Saturday market has a range of stalls and entertainment for everyone...

Cedar Square has launched its new Slow Market, open every Saturday from 9h00 to 15h00 and featuring a wide range of artisanal and hand-made food stalls, clothing, jewellery and other unique items.

More than 40 stall holders offer artisanal cheeses, delicious baked goods, pure honey, handmade leather goods and hand sewn clothing, as well as art, homemade toys and jewellery, among others.

The product range has been carefully curated to ensure that there are no mass-manufactured or poor-quality goods for sale, with each vendor committing to the ethos of ‘slow’, i.e. prepared by hand, using high-quality locally sourced ingredients or materials.

Regular live music performances add to the spirit of the morning, while scattered seating and tables offer comfortable resting areas for shoppers to take a break and enjoy a snack or craft drink.

Visit the Slow Market at Cedar Square every Saturday from 9h00 to  15h00

“The artisanal hand-made ‘vibe’ has always been a counterpoint to mall culture, but South Africans love to see markets in our malls too,” says Zoe van Onselen, head of marketing at Accelerate Property Fund, owners of Cedar Square. “The Cedar Square market gives visitors the best of both worlds: the uniqueness of artisanal produce and goods, and the range of premium products and services expected in an upmarket retail setting.”

Stalls include, among others:

    • Daily Coffee Fix Coffee
    • Fiona’s Bakes and Cakes
    • Honey Hives Honey
    • Ice Creamer Rolled Ice Cream
    • Judith’s Cheese
    • Lahaarna Olives and Sauces
    • Nut 2 Nut
    • Oleksanders Bakery Breads and Croissants
    • Pink Parsley Clothing
    • Proctors Pate
    • Stella’s Leather
    • Willowton Halaal Food

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