Sourced Market opens Leeds motorway service foodhall
Sourced Market has expanded on its two London foodhall sites with a new high-traffic site at Leeds Skelton Lake Services.
The brand-new motorway service area at junction 45 off the M1 will host the farmers’ market-inspired all-day food marketplace, stocking fresh produce, artisan products and food to go.
Scott Macdonald, managing director at Sourced Market, said: “Bringing together food and drink’s most exciting innovators is part of our DNA and we’re excited to be creating a foodie experience for those making journeys on the M1 as well as residents in Yorkshire.
“We enjoy discovering great products and love helping our customers discover them in turn – we’re proud to be stocking a brilliant selection of local suppliers and food produce.”
The new opening at Leeds Skelton Lake Services will bring together a selection of local produce and food from across Yorkshire alongside some selected products from further afield.
Yorkshire brands The Original Baker, Bakeri Baltzersen, Farmison & Co., Raydale Preserves, Longley Farm, Acorn Dairies, Lottie Shaw’s Cakes, Choc Affair and Taylors of Harrogate will all be featured. Additionally, a range of craft beers from Kirkstall Brewery and Leeds Brewery as well as Yorkshire spirits Sing’s Gin and Mason’s will be on offer in the drinks section and licensed bar.
Leeds Skelton Lake Services, the brand-new motorway service area operated by Extra MSA Group at junction 45 of the M1, opened in March this year. The £64m services is considered to be one of the most advanced and environmentally sustainable motorway service areas in the UK.
The Leeds motorway service site adds to Sourced Market’s two London locations at St Pancras station and Barbican.
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