The fruit and the vegetables on around 200 stalls will be cheaper only on Sunday
The 5th of March, 2020, Sofia: For the first time the Zhenski Pazar Market will gift the guests and the residents of the capital a 10% discount of the fruit and vegetables on the occasion of the International day of the Woman – the 8th of March. The prices of the agricultural production will be cheaper only this Sunday, clarifies the municipal association “Pazari Vazrazhdane,” which administers the oldest market in the capital. Around 200 salesmen will curtsey the ladies and offer the products on their stalls in the so called vegetable sector of the market between Kiril i Metodii Str. And Slivnitsa Boulevard at a lower price during the entire market day from 9 AM to 8 PM.
„We have decided to make this present to the ladies, because the Zhenski Pazar Market has been a guardian of the history and the traditions of our city the for already 140 years, when only women used to shop here. From this fact is derived the name – Zhenski Pazar (Women’s Market). We are thankful to the tradesmen who agreed to support us in this idea and make together a tolerance for the ladies. We hope that this initiative on the occasion of the 8th of March, will become traditional” – clarified Dragomir Dimitrov, an executive director of Pazari Vazrazhdane.
We remind that every Saturday from 10 AM to 4 PM, the Zhenski Pazar is the host of the Farmer’s Market Pendara, in which Bulgarian tradesmen and craftsmen exhibit their production in the space between the streets “Simeon” and “Kiril i Metodii.” The agricultural production is divided in three product zones – “Fruit and vegetables,” “Dairy and Meat,” and “Other Foods and Beverages,” and the organizers are foundation LocalFood.bg and Pazari Vazrazhdane.
This Saturday on the 7th of March the organizers have prepared a Competition for the most delicious traditional, home-made sarmi. At 12:00 PM on the culinary stage of the market the contestants for the title “Master of the sarmi” will demonstrate how to prepare the traditional Bulgarian delicacy.