(AD) what local companies can you get delivered through the grainger market.

Over the Pandemic, The Grainger Market began to work on a new strategy to to ensure we all get the food provisions we all need, safely and at an affordable price.

The Grainger Market work closely with multiple Market traders, and they decided over the pandemic to create GraingerDelivery.com to provide the service for the demands of essential we all needed.

They offer a range of set boxes of Fruit, Vegetables and Salad, Fresh meat, savoury and sweet products and so much more.

They now deliver across the North East from Hexham to South Shields, Blyth, Morpeth to Sunderland, Washington, Chester Le Street and all in-between .

Orders placed before 4pm Weekdays are delivered the next day. Whilst they deliver daily across the ‘Greater Newcastle Area’, they also offer deliveries to outlying areas in Wearside, Southern and West Northumberland too.

I recently attended their food event and got to sample and see what the grainger market has to offer and wanted to give yous an insight of what I seen:

Bryan Muers & Company:

Bryan Muers are a family run business, with 3 generations, who for 40 years have been supplying quality fresh Fruit and Vegetables to the public, Hotel, Restaurant and Leisure industry in the north east.

They have a range of fresh fruit and vegetables alongside a selection of milks and herbs too.


Finlay’s was established in 1914, they are a family run butchers with over 100 years experience in fine local sourced produce.

They have a range of meat packs including a bbq pack which will be great for the summer.

Dumplings & Buns:

Grainger markets famous Chinese Street food stall ‘Dumplings and Buns’ also offer a delivery service too.

They do a dumpling making kit or ready made up dumplings which you can microwave or steam.

Firebrick Brewery:

Firebrick Brewery is one of the regions success stories, with it’s Main brewery in Blaydon, Tyneside and founded in 2012 .

A Craft Brewery with 17 established beer brands covering a good range of styles so lots of choice in bottles and cans.

La Casa

La Casa specialises in Spanish fine foods, Charcuterie and Wines.

They offer a selection of food boxes from tapas and beers to tasting boxes and paella making sets.

Matthew’s cheese

Matthew’s cheese have a wide assortment of fresh pasteurised and unpasteurised cheeses on the website.

You can pick from grams to platters and much more. You can read our full review for some recommendations.

Nil Living

This is not a food based one but a great company for skincare and much more. Nil Living is the first specialised Plastic Free store in Newcastle upon Tyne offering high quality wholefoods, detergents, homeware and personal care items.

Online you can purchase from tampons, toothbrushes, house-cleaning products, and so much more.

North Shore Coffee

North shore coffee also supplies coffee from house filtered to espresso on the Grainger delivery website too.

Oliver & Eden Butcher

For over 70 years, the Eden family have served the City of Newcastle with premium quality, locally sourced Meat Game and Poultry.

They offer a range of packs and everyday specials online too. I highly recommend the burgers from here.

Phillips & Wilde

Phillips and Wilde offer some of the finest quality produce from the North into luxury Hampers.

From sweet treats, to gentleman only and much more. They are filled with the finest of fine!.

The French Oven Bakery

French oven are an Independent Artisan Bakery, their bakery products are produced by 6 skilled bakers and cake makers who have over 150 years experience between them.

They have a range of fresh breads to sweet treats, pies, scones, samosas and more.

You can check out all traders: https://shop.graingerdelivery.com/pages/shops-in-the-market

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