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Everything you need at Nancy’s Gourmet and Art Nook Stall

Organic handcrafted dark chocolate. A multitude of benefits for the body, mind and soul. It was named Theobroma cacao, which translates to “cacao, food of the gods” by Carl Linnaeus in 1753, the well known Swedish botanist, physician, and zoologist.

This chocolate is full of antioxidants, magnesium, minerals and other nutrients to boost your immune system, invigorate your body and protect your cells; flavanols to improve mental function and benefit brain activity, as well as serotonin, an antidepressant that can elevate mood. Research has found that not only can cacao improve cognitive function and mood, but it is also may help to reduce stress, decrease brain inflammation, and improve memory.

Healthy and tasty foods such as country bread, gluten free bread, gluten free brownies and rosewater cranberry cookies will satisfy your body and taste buds.

Raw snacks like nut and fruit balls, and dehydrated goodies such as kale chips and eggplant ‘biltong’ bring high nutrition to your cells whilst satisfying your hunger.

Fresh Aloe Vera leaves have a multitude of benefits; you can add the gel to your smoothies or massage it on your skin to gain the various healing properties.

The probiotic and nutrient rich fermented drink kombucha has good health benefits extending to your heart, your brain and especially your gut.

Eating Sauerkraut and kimchi is the most convenient way to obtain a daily dose of beneficial probiotic bacteria. Some of the many ways that fermented foods support overall health include by improving digestion and cognitive function, boosting immunity, helping treat irritable bowel disease, providing minerals that build bone density, helping fight allergies, and killing harmful yeast and microbes that cause issues like candida. 

Every first Saturday of the month
Farmers Market at the BSPCA Animal Shelter in Broadhurst

Every last Saturday of the month
Bull & Bush Market

And various pop up markets here and there :-)

Art in the form of original paintings, greeting cards and bookmarkers bring beauty to both the eye and to the soul.

Dreamcatchers bring sweetness to your sleep and invite good dreams as a lullaby to the soul.

Rustic handcrafted bracelets and necklaces that provide simple and beautiful adornment to a well cared for body.

Smudge wands of African wild sage will bring ‘negative ions’, known to be healing and grounding, and clear your body and space of negativity.

And a few other bits and pieces that have no category but are there for you to enjoy!

At the same time, whilst buying at the market stalls,
 you support local small enterprises (community focus)
instead of large cooperations (global consumer focus)