Carême’s six years of trading at Barossa Farmers Market came to an end recently when the South Australian pastry manufacturer ran its stall for the last time.
“The farmers market has been so much more than an avenue to sell our baked goodies; it’s a community, a place where people come together to catch up with friends and shop for the freshest local produce,” Carême co-owner, Claire Wood said.
“This community is what makes our market and where we live special… and so it is with great sadness that we announce our last market.”
When one door closes others open, and the pastry manufacturer has re-instated it’s weekend cooking classes hosted at the Carême Pastry kitchen in Tanunda.
The company has also responded to requests for co-owner William Wood to host sourdough classes.
Carême Pastry is a family-run business specialising in making a range of high-quality, ready-to-use pastry dough available nationally.