Latest from New Covent Garden Market

  • Fruit & Vegetable Market Report [MAR]

    Type: Blog

    There's just the first whiff of Spring on the Market - and it's rather garlicky. The first wild garlic leaves have popped up, although it's still early days.

  • Easter Opening Times

    Type: News

    The opening times for both the Flower Market and the Fruit & Vegetable Buyers' Walk over Easter are as follows:

  • Product Profile: Hyacinths

    Type: Blog

    This month, we're going to take a look at hyacinths, which are available both as cut flowers and as potted bulbs.

  • Product Profile: Radicchio

    Type: Blog

    Of all the vegetables, the story of radicchio is most like Beauty and the Beast: a transformation from a wizened mess to an exquisite and on-trend ingredient.

  • CEO Set to Depart After 10 Successful Years at CGMA

    Type: News

    After 10 excellent years creating and delivering the first stage of the transformation of New Covent Garden Market, our current Chief Executive, Jan Lloyd, has decided to move onto the next stage o

  • Non-Executive Board Member Vacancies at CGMA

    Type: News

    A unique opportunity has arisen for a visionary business development specialist, a commercial property expert and a finance professional to join our board to help shape the future of the market.

  • Calling all florists to up tools for Marie Curie

    Type: Blog

    Uniting the flower industry for a great cause, New Covent Garden Flower Market has launched the #GreatFRESHDaffodilAppeal, a new campaign to run throughout March in support of Mari

  • Fruit & Vegetable Market Report [FEB]

    Type: Blog

    "In winter it's lovely to have the fresh taste of peas," says Bill Watson at Side Salads, as he writes out orders.

  • Flower Market Report [FEB]

    Type: Blog

    With Valentine's Day rapidly approaching, red roses are the hot topic of the month. Which varieties will you be buying? Perhaps Freedom, as pictured below, will be your main bloom of choice?

  • Grower Profile: Koppert Cress

    Type: Blog

    What is the future for micro herbs? A decade or so after they first hit the Market, this popular product is shaking off its image as merely a pretty garnish on the plate.