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Cider from Asturias Sostenible, Vallehermoso Market

1930

Real Academia de Gastronomía

Real Academia de Gastronomía

Guided by the respect for local producers and their quality that the market promotes. This is a little corner that sells directly from a number of Asturian producers without a middleman, all under the umbrella of a charitable organization. Its products embody a journey around northern Spain. Buy them to take home, or also try some of them right there at the counter. Fruit, sausage, rice pudding, yogurt, honey, cheese, and a (spectacular) homemade chocolate custard with crushed hazelnut. Wash it all down afterwards with a glass of cider! Everything here is traditional and made with a good dose of knowledge, following sustainable production methods. See for yourself what a great time those Asturians are having every Saturday morning, but don’t get distracted and forget what you’re there for: a good-sized piece of their organic meat from free-range, outdoor-reared livestock.

A feature of Madrid’s Chamberí neighborhood since 1933, the Vallehermoso Market’s raison d’etre is the same as when it first opened its doors: selling quality products. However, today it does so under a new business model. Not only can customers shop there, but also grab tapas, lunch, or dinner at one of its many catering outlets.

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  • Title: Cider from Asturias Sostenible, Vallehermoso Market
  • Date Created: 1930
  • Location: Madrid, Spain
  • Rights: Vallehermoso Market
  • Photographer: Carmen Prieto Remón
  • Architect: Salvador Pérez Arroyo

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