Why Buy at TAMS?
The Story of TAMS
In 2013, a model for running a cooperative-style market stall to sell on glut produce from Aberdeen City allotment sites was developed by The Allotment Market Stall (TAMS). The idea was to reduce waste from allotment sites, offer volunteering opportunities, reduce food miles by selling only fruit and vegetables grown in Aberdeen and donate any surplus to the food bank network. In this way, it would contribute to the health and well-being of the citizens of Aberdeen and give access to high-quality, competitively priced fruit and vegetables grown with love and care by the city's allotment gardeners.
Where You Can Find Us
The Allotment Market Stall
is open from July-October
at Seaton Park, Aberdeen and
by the café at Duthie Park, Aberdeen
Many TAMS customers kindly provide feedback and comments on their fresh and locally-grown purchases and we have shared some of them with you here...
Customer: "It’s a great wee stall and a great idea. We’ve been needing this for a long time in Aberdeen. I hope it comes back next year. Good Luck! J"
Customer: "Really great! Like to buy organic when I can. I was a country girl once and know what food should taste like."
Customer: "Really great to be able to buy locally grown produce, which has a better taste than what is available in shops. Very fresh and tasty. Long may it continue."
Customer: "Good service with a smile, great veg and fruit. Great to see local produce in the heart of the town."