Here you'll find small-batch honey, locally made cheeses, baked treats, artisanal chocolate, freshly made sourdough bread, vegan ice-cream, handmade pasta, charcuterie, fresh flowers, homemade jams, preserves, olive oils and other treats. The market also provides a platform for discussion on topics such as ethical eating, reducing plastic-use and plant-based diets with a free talks programme led by local industry experts.
The Pantry Market is also an official Eco-brick drop-Off point. Eco-bricks are plastic bottles densely packed with non-recyclable waste, that are an efficient way to reduce the amount of non-recyclable waste that ends up in landfills. Visitors can leave their Eco-bricks at the market, and they will be collected by ADVA Youth Skills Development, an NGO that uses the bricks to create benches, furniture and buildings for schools in disadvantaged areas.