Taste The Caribbean At One New Change Food Markets

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Taste The Caribbean At One New Change Food Markets

This is a sponsored article on behalf of One New Change.


If you're sitting at your desk, dreading the thought of yet another boring sandwich for your lunch, why not head down to One New Change for something different to eat?

Nestled in the shadow of St Paul's, One New Change's weekly food markets offer fresh, artisan food products, giving City workers, shoppers and visitors something new and exciting to look forward to at lunchtime.

Caribbean inspired food company, Rummanco, is one of the local market traders whose products are on offer at One New Change. Whether you're a connoisseur of all things Caribbean, or you've never tried Caribbean food before, Rummanco's Jamaican style gourmet patties are sure to add some Caribbean spice to your lunch break, with meat, fish, or vegetarian options to choose from. Not feeling that brave? Grab some of Rummanco's Caribbean condiments to add some kick to your regular lunch. Wash it down with some rum cake for dessert, for the full Caribbean experience.

Greg Small, founder of Rummanco, tells us how One New Change food markets have helped him to grow his business, by speaking directly to his customers and finding out what they really want.

Rummanco sit alongside stalls selling French cheese, Portuguese, West Indian, German food, and English fudge. Your sandwich never looked so dull.

Enjoy your spoils from the sixth floor roof terrace, which offers great views of the city and beyond, overlooking the historic dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral.

One New Change food markets take place on Fridays (9am-3pm), Saturdays (11:30am-5pm) and the first Wednesday of every month (9am-3pm).

One New Change and its panoramic roof terrace are open seven days a week with over 60 stores including restaurants, fashion, beauty & accessories.

Visit onenewchange.com, facebook.com/onenewchange ortwitter.com/One_New_Change for more information.

Last Updated 15 May 2014