Sprouting like a green oasis amid the city’s concrete jungle is the first Made in HK Pop Up Market, a new foodie event for all those with a nose for organic, locally sourced, wholesome food and handcrafted goods. The typhoon-proof indoor summer market, set to take place on Saturday August 24th, is being organised by Green Queen blogger Sonalie Figueiras, with the aim of bringing together the city’s many artisan vendors.
Savvy shoppers snooping around the market at The Space, Hollywood Road, will be treated to a spread of homemade and homegrown food, sustainable personal care products and a smattering of free samples.With freshly baked goods and cupcakes, vegan ice cream, yoghurt, and chocolate to pig out on, as well as soaps, candles and coffee to stock up on, there will be plenty of healthy, heavenly and sustainable concoctions to try.
Spicebox Organics will be there with their arsenal of spices, grains and legumes, while Graciously Green will be making the impossible delicious with their raw food offerings. If you’re looking for something to wash it all down with, Green Vitamin‘s potent and powerful wheatgrass shots and Something Fresh‘s new line of mixed fruit juices will also be up for grabs.
Other vendors set to make an appearance include Stephen James Organics, Happy Cow and Bathe to Basics. So head down to the Made in HK Pop Up Market with your environmentally friendly shopping bag and enjoy a rejuvenating experience while supporting local businesses!