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Fortnum & Mason to host artisan market

18:14 15 May 2012

The famous Fortnum & Mason in Piccadilly will play host to an artisan market at the end of May.

Three floors will be transformed into a London marketplace with traditional stalls on May 25 and 26.

Visitors to the Queen’s Grocer will see specialists offering demonstrations of fine artisanal produce including meet, fish, cheese and deli counters.

A range of suppliers will be on hand to discuss and demonstrate skills involved in their products including salmon carving, tasting olive oils, learning about honey and bees.

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