Eat healthy &

support local

TAMS connect local home growers with the community

We help allotment holders sell excess produce & help locals have access to community grown food

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Helping the Aberdeen community eat healthy allotment locally grown food from garden to plate since 2013.

We take the extra grown produce from local allotment holders and sell them to you.

This gives the allotment holders some extra cash to keep growing and gives you access to homegrown local sourced food.

It’s not only sustainably environmentally friendly, but it’s also extremely healthy not to mention tasty.

Hopefully, you will come and join us!

Keeping the

community healthy

Locally sourced food is much healthier because fewer nutrients have been lost during the transport needed for large supermarkets.

Most allotment holders do not like to use the same toxic chemicals used with factory style growers.

And buying locals allows you to see where your food comes from.

We partner with

allotments around


We have a network of local allotment growers big and small who enjoy growing produce.

When the food is in season often they have much more than they can consume and TAMS take that produce and sell it directly to the community.

We are a not for profit organisations and all money made is either given back to the growers to keep up the good work or to help run our market stalls.

If you are an allotment holder and have extra produce, please email us at [email protected]

Fantastic initiative in Aberdeen. Great selection of locally grown produce – saving tonnes of surplus produce from going to waste and supporting local food bank and allotments. They’ve now got great cotton bags for sale too!

-Chris Dunhill"

Lovely vegetable and fruit. Love shopping here. Definitely value for money.

-Jacqueline Board"

Such a good idea to have something like this. Much better than supermarket veg and grown locally too.

-Yvonne Stewart"

Some of our lovely volunteers

If you want to help click here

Vegetable garden

inspired recipes

Check some recipes that you could make from our produce

The crosshatch pattern isn’t just for show (even though it does look cool)!

It allows for the salt to fully penetrate the squash and also draws out some of the excess water so that the sweet, tangy glaze can be fully absorbed.

This is the perfect summertime breakfast/brunch recipe from Heidi Swanson, the vegetarian cookbook author and blogger behind 101 Cookbooks.

Peak-season tomatoes along with chickpeas, toasted almonds, and harissa make for a complete flavour bomb in just one skillet.

Keep in mind that harissa brands vary in spiciness. Start off with a smaller amount and build up to your preferred level of heat.

These are our

current locations…

Our Weekly Market Stalls run from July – October each year.

Duthie Park:

Fridays 10am – 1pm

Victoria Park:

Fridays 10am – 1pm

Seaton Park:

Fridays 10am – 1pm

Bonnymuir Green:

Saturdays 10am – 2pm


thanks to

We have many people to thank (mostly the volunteers) but these are few links …