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Start Time: 09:00 AM Recurring: Thursday to Saturday Address: Michael Mount Waldorf School, Culross Road, Bryanston, Sandton, South Africa Cost: Free
Closes: 03:00 PM Location: Bryanston View a map

Come and experience an environment where the emphasis is on quality hand crafted goods, unique art and photography, clothing made from natural fibres, a deli filled with rich, wholesome foods and, of course, fresh organic and naturally grown produce.

The Bryanston Organic & Natural Market is Johannesburg’s original outdoor market. It was back in 1976 that motorists on Bryanston Drive in northern Johannesburg first noticed strange happenings at the Michael Mount Waldorf School. Every Thursday morning, a group of women garbed in long frocks and straw hats gathered around several bakkies and cars with open boots. Intrigued, a few of the drivers stopped and became the first customers of the modern movement towards healthy living! Word soon spread that the ladies were selling farm fresh vegetables, organically grown without artificial fertilizers or pesticides and from these humble beginnings South Africa’s first and best open air market began.

Thirty-five years later, and after a couple of name changes, the Bryanston Organic & Natural Market is a leading light in the organic movement. They continue to promote products and activities that aid the healing of the earth and its people. Providing a holistic, supportive environment for organic farmers, artists, crafters and musicians to earn a living and express their talents.

 

The market opens every Thursday and Saturday from 9:00AM – 3:00PM.

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Website: http://bryanstonorganicmarket.co.za/



2 Responses to “Bryanston Organic Market, every Thursday to Saturday”

  1. Koketso Sedumedi

    Hi I am looking for contact details of a lady called Karen who sells calabash products at the Bryaston organic market. I have lost her contact details and request that you kindly forward them tome if you have them. My contact number is 072 347 4329…I thank you.

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