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Xmas Farmers’ Market

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Introduction
Painter Cara is a fan of her local Farmers’ Market. Regions and seasons when food is at its natural best are valued once again, with minimal packaging and food miles. The quality of small-scale production is also restored. Old crafts are revived as well, often as giftware. Produce and sign add-ons, laboriously handmade by Cara, were hugely admired at the launch event.

 Roadside market outside New York.

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Hazle Ceramics
Christmas Farmers’ Market
Limited Painting of 20
on Banbury - Altered Mould
With Numerous Handmade Add-ons

20th Anniversary 2010
Painted by Cara Hornett

£95.50 Worldwide
With Free Postage

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 A freshly-baked Christmas wreath.

 Fresh produce boxes are always popular.

Organic Production
The chemicals in our food chain only really took off in the 1950s, but are now considered to be conventional! Organic livestock are fed a healthy diet without the routine antibiotics and growth hormones. The UK Soil Association was the first organic certifier to prohibit nanotech food, made by molecular manipulation. GM foods are also non-organic. Since the 1990s organics have grown by 20% per annum - currently 2% of all food sales. Farmers’ Markets make good outlets for this type of production.

 Several Christmas puddings are piled up as an add-on, above that incredible vegetable box.

 Pink-eyed Cara potatoes are soft, moist, and creamy. By the veg box, painter Cara added a sack of “her” potatoes to the piece!

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