Slow Food Milano presents the autumn farmers’ market on Saturday, bringing home-baked bread, sausages and salami from the cascine, cheese made from raw milk, craft beers and the season’s fruit and vegetables, all from the Parco Agricolo Sud Milano and from farms within a 40-km radius of the city.
Other products will include dried fish from Lake Iseo and fatulì or tiny goat’s cheeses from Val Saviore. International specialities will also be available: wild coffee from the Harenna Mountains of Ethiopia, vanilla from Chinantia in Mexico, black pepper from Malesia, macis, curcuma, cardamom and nutmeg from Sri Lanka, sumac from Palestine and dried hibiscus from Jamaica. Workshops for adults and kids will teach how to use up leftovers and waste nothing.
Open from 09.00 to 14.00, the market will also include street-food stalls with tables for eating on the spot.