Delicious Little Things

We specialise in delicious little bites of food and can cater for your high tea, christening, bridal shower, engagement, wedding, corporate event and little edible gifts. We offer a variety of sweet and savoury items. Please contact us for a list! Our celebration cakes have been very popular and we can provide a cake that… Read more

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Manubread

Manu Bread, Launceston’s newest authentic French bakery, produces a range of specialty loaves and pastries made in the traditional French style. Made to their exacting standards, their range includes sourdoughs, ryes, baguettes; bread sticks, croissants and pastries, and is made from locally sourced flour and local ingredients when available. Baked using traditional methods by their… Read more

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Modo Mio Naked

Modo Mio Naked is a family owned HACCP accredited artisan bakery based in Spreyton, Tasmania and a regular stall holder at Harvest Launceston. Specialising in premium couverture chocolate brownies, cookies and meringues, it’s an absoloute MUST do at Harvest. Established in 2013, the business started off in a home kitchen with a 500g bar of… Read more

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Sandy’s Sourdough

Sourdough aficionado, Sandy Waites bakes exclusively for Harvest market goers. From midday on the Friday before, Sandy begins preparing the dough for Saturday’s loaves and pastry treats. The next hours, until about 4.30am on Saturday morning are spent kneading and coaxing the raw ingredients into the delicious croissants, pastries and loaves for sale at his… Read more

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This stallholder has Eftpos facilities.


Tasmanian Kitchen Fine Food

Tasmanian Kitchen Fine Food sells baked sablé (French style savoury shortbread) in flavours – Cheddar & Chilli, Cheddar & Native Pepperberry, Cheddar & Thyme, and Blue Cheese & Walnut. They also sell Bake@Home logs of dough and salty sweet candied walnuts. Contact Theresa at taskitchenfinefood@gmail.com; Blog: atasmaniankitchen.com ; Twitter: @ataskitchen; Facebook: A Tasmanian Kitchen.

This stallholder is at Harvest this week.