2 and 3 September in Stockholm
Welcome to the food event of the year in Stockholm! During this second edition of Terra Madre Nordic and the first Nordic Artisan Food Awards a Nordic artisan food market is arranged. The aim of the market is to showcase the Nordic diversity of products and producers and give the visitor a unique experience of the Nordic food culture.
Free entrance to the market!
- Friday 2 September from 12-20
- Saturday 3 September from 10-16
Look forward to meeting the following artisan food producers on the market
- Birgittas Matbod
- Brutalist Beverage
- Edhe Gård
- Eskilstuna Matkultur & Fabrikör Appelgren
- Friis-Holm Chocolate (DK)
- Gide Get
- Gålögårdsmejeri & Enöga mat
- Kalm Taste
- Lövbergs Gårdsproduktion
- Nordhavn Edikkebryggeri (DK)
- Saltå kvarn
- Skogsbackens ost
- Stockholms Skärgårdsbord
- Mathantverket Vuollerim
- Warbro kvarn
- Tångkullan & Skedvi Mejeri/Skedvi Bröd
In separate tents on the market you will find the following networks of artisan food producers
- Ålands Mathantverkare ry. with the following producers:
- Fred Chill
- Havtornsprodukter, Mia Björling
- Honungsprodukter, Marit Viklöv
- Lokalproducerat i Väst
- Sveriges Gårdsmejerister
- Korjuu (Finland)
- Biodlingsföretagarna & Svenska bin [Swedish Beekeepers’ association & Swedish Bees]
Saturday 2 Sep there you can experience tastings from the biggest honey bar in the Nordic countries in the tent between 11-15 (on the hour, every the hour). In the tent you will also find beekeepers selling their honey.
On the market you will also meet the following companies and organisations
Årstiderna offers 100% organic products and food boxes on the internet. Visit our tent where you can buy beautiful Nordic organic vegetables, participate in a quizz where you can win a veggie food box, free fake tatoos for kids (and grown-ups :-)) and specific offers on food boxes only during Terra Madre Nordic.
- Swedish Agricultural University with the research project on heritage crops “Historiska sädesslag i framtidens mat”. (in Swedish)
What does porridge made of heritage grains taste like? Is there any difference from other types of porridge? And what is actually heritage grains? Come and listen to researchers, whot together with students and the baker Sébastien Boudet will make porridge on heritage grains.
- Gamla Stans bokhandel. The on-site bookstore will have a selection of cookbooks and food related books from participating authors – signing events will take place!
And of course you will also find the Nordic Slow Food communities in a tent on the market place! Come and meet and greet the communities, and have a talk on good, clean and fair food. You can meet people from the communities below – and many more!
- Slow Food Stockholm (see their programme in the Outdoor Classroom)
- Slow Food Västnyland
- Slow Food Gästrikland
- Slow Food Sápmi
- Slow Food Danmark
- Slow Food Reykjavik
- Faroe Islands
- Slow Food HQ and the Slow Food Brussels office
(for more information about the producers and participants on the market, pls visit the homepage in Swedish)