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Popular farmers’ market visits Mold on Saturday

SHOPPERS in Mold can take home tasty smoked goods from Celyn Farmers’ Market on Saturday.

The popular market will be in St Mary’s Church Hall from 9am-2pm.

Traders will include Derimon Smokery, a family-run business based in Anglesey that uses traditional recipes and 400-year-old oak shavings to give maximum flavour to locally caught fish.

Throughout the year the award-winning company – which uses no chemicals, dyes or artificial flavourings during the smoking process – produces other smoked foods including poultry, game and cheese.

Producer David McCreadie said: “We have been part of Celyn Farmers’ Market for more than seven years now. It’s good to see our customers on a regular basis as we get to know what they like. We’re always looking at new product ideas and offering something a little different and this Saturday we will be selling pheasant breasts wrapped in smoky bacon. With some creamy mash and farmers’ market fresh seasonal vegetables, this makes a perfect Saturday night supper!”

There will be other stalls selling fresh seasonal vegetables, fresh meat, fish, homemade cakes, pastries and savoury goods, cheese, plants and a selection of crafts.

For further information, visit www.celynfarmersmarket.co.uk.