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Mediterranean Market - Queenstown

Gourmet supermarket in Queenstown

Mediterranean Market Queenstown best The Mediterranean Market is simply put, a gourmet supermarket in Queenstown. A bit like Nosh in Auckland, if we dare compare. Artisan producers are on show here, for their local and also imported food stuffs. There’s organics, home grown and exotic international.

Angela and Nathan Imlach opened the store in 2003 after many years supplying produce to the wholesale food market; they wanted to bring the same passion they have for fresh, natural artisan food to the retail food market in Queenstown. Somewhere that locals and tourists alike could wander down and shop for good food to cook or take away.

Freshly baked bread is a draw card for most people and this Med Market, as its affectionately known, is no exception. But then there are the delicious ranges from Europe that, with the importing power of their other Mediterranean Food company cousins, they can offer you in abundance. Fresh fruit and vegetables sourced locally and organically cement this as a store well worth a visit...or several...
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