From Wednesday November 2nd the Adeje Farmers Market will operate new Wednesday hours and open from 3pm to 7pm. The change, with full agreement of all the produce suppliers in the market, has been made to better meet the demands of the buying public.
According to the councillor with responsibility for the market, Esther Rivero Vargas, “we are working all the time to improve this service to the public which is one that is already highly valued, so we are happy to make adjustments to suit the needs of the customers. We realised that in fact when the market opened at 4pm on Wednesdays there were already people waiting outside, while there was a marked drop in visitors at the end of the day, from 7pm – 8pm”.
The Farmers Market opened its doors in 2008 with Saturday and Sunday morning openings and a year ago added the Wednesday afternoon opening, following requests from producers and a poll among the regular shoppers.
The market was an initiative of the Adeje council to work to promote and develop the borough’s primary sector. Every week the public can choose from the produce of many of the borough’s farmers and rural producers, with fruit and vegetables, cakes and biscuits, eggs, cheese, wines and honeys and well as craft goods for sale. With 35 stalls consumers have been delighted with the quality and affordability of the fresh local produce and the market has also become a meeting place for local residents and visitors