Britain’s premier wholesale fruit, vegetable and flower market

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Open midnight to 11am Mon – Sat

Fruit, Vegetables and Flower wholesalers. Founded in 1638

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The UK's highest turnover horticultural market, with the largest number of wholesalers

New Spitalfields Market was custom-designed for the fresh produce and flower business in the early 1990s and in 2017, we can still boast trading facilities that rank as second to none.  

Since relocating in 1991 from our old, much cherished but congested site, where traders worked through the night in tight spaces on public roadways, we have diversified the offer at our site in Leyton, East London, to reflect Britain's consumers changing palates and preferences. 

That has enabled us to maintain our position at the very top of the UK wholesale market tree.

The location was selected for its excellent road, sea and airport access and New Spitalfields traders are still well placed to serve the whole of London, the Midlands, East Anglia and Kent. In fact, we have customers from all over the UK, as well as the continent. 

Our independent retail and street market customers across the south east continue to thrive and the catering and foodservice sectors have experienced exceptional growth in recent times. 

Every one of us at New Spitalfields is fully committed to supporting them as they provide nutritious, healthy food and beautiful flowers for British consumers for many years to come.

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Location

New Spitalfields Market

23 Sherrin Road, Leyton, London E10 5SQ

Local Tube Stations

Leyton – central line – Ten minute walk

Stratford – central line - Fifteen minute cab ride

Local bus routes W15 (link from Leyton tube)

308 (link from Leyton/ Stratford tube / overhead station).

For Sat Nav directions use postcode E10 5SQ.

Opening Hours

The market is open for trade from midnight to approximately 11 am Monday to Saturday. Traders are free to set their own opening times and many have stopped selling by 9 am.

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