fresh-range sources award winning food & drink directly from local farmers, fishermen, makers and bakers and delivers to Bristol & Bath kitchens 6 days a week. They'll be selling a range of superb dal ingredients including organic garlic, root ginger, root turmeric and dal home cooking kits
A range of six authentic hummus varieties with authentic flatbread. Moist rotate their specials every week depending on what’s good at the farm and will have at least one seasonal special on offer, also using British pulses from Hodmedod.
Forage Fine Foods
Find wild flavoured clarified butters, spring pestos and wild salsa verdes, primrose curds and a few wild spring time cakes.
Bristol's most local greengrocer, Hugo's sources predominantly produce grown within a 15 mile radius direct from suppliers. They'll be offering a great array of fresh fruit, vegetables and herbs.
Delicious One-Pot Bean Meals providing versatile meal in a pot inspired by bean recipes from around the world, as well as naturally gluten-free Chickpea Crispbread, handmade using chickpea flour and locally sourced butter and buttermilk. Easy Bean will be sampling Sambhar Dal and more.
Renna will be selling a range of fresh home made Indian chutney (not to be confused with pickles, they are more like hummus or pesto in appearance), She will also have carrot and chilli fresh pickle and podis - powdered spices mixes, most containing lentils, that you sprinkle on plain rice or steam rice cakes to add a punch of flavour.
Ivor's Ice Cream
Ivors Ice Cream is made in the farm house using milk from his own cows and cream from Lucy´s Dairies. Flavours on offer will include saffron and cardamom, sose & rose petal, honey and ginger ice creams, and pomegranate and tikka sorbet
Every Good Thing
Fermented vegetables and milk and non-milk kefirs and grains.
Food without Borders
Food without Borders empowers refugee women through employment, learning & business opportunities - building bridges, sharing delicious food, and changing the narrative around refugees. They'll be selling a range of samosas, pakoras and Indian sweets.
Hodmedod, Britain’s pulse and grain pioneers, work with farmers to offer a range of bean and pea varieties, heritage grains, some of Britain's first quinoa and new crops like lentils. Hodmedod is committed to providing sustainably produced, wholesome, quality food with provenance.
Leading UK organic and Fairtrade product wholesaler, Essential Trading will be selling sustainable wholefoods.
Offering a large range of craft preserves homemade in Bristol. Ranging from jams, jellies and chutneys to sauces and hot sauce. The preserves and sauces are produced seasonally using as many locally acquired ingredients as possible.
This wonderful charity will be on hand to keep everyone happily hydrated.
Brinda will be selling her range of homemade spices. The spices face been carefully selected, roasted and ground to make the most aromatic blends of spices.
91 Ways to Build a Global City
British Dal Festival partner 91 Ways to Build a Global City will be serving a global afternoon tea.
Incredible Brewing Co
Providing a craft beer real ale bar and bottled beers, including pales, ambers, IPAs and seasonal specialities such as coriander and lime.