More than 6 000 people visited the Pretoria Boeremark on Saturday.
The farmers’ market, held at the Pioneer museum in Silverton, is open every Saturday from 05:30 to 09:30.
Boeremark organiser Johan van Wyk said the market had been running for the past 24 years and was gaining popularity.
“With over 200 stalls, customers have the opportunity to buy coffee, traditional food and handmade products,” said Van Wyk.
Customers can relax under the trees with their family and friends while enjoying live entertainment and a wide variety of fresh fruit and vegetables, spices, herbs, cheeses and meat.
The market also caters for those with an artistic side, offering numerous arts and crafts, handmade clothes, jewellery, and woodwork and niche products.
Van Wyk said the market was awarded Eat In magazine’s Outstanding Outlet: Market North of the Vaal River in 2008, 2010 and 2011.
He said artisans were welcome to sell their products at the market.
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