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Market in Mamer

Initiative phase: Well established and running

A bi-weekly market with fresh products from the region in Mamer.

Market in Mamer

The bi-weekly market takes place every 1st and 3rd Friday of the month from 4pm to 7pm. Depending on the season, there are regularly more or less than 10 traders at the market. The market offers a wide range of fresh produce from honey, vegetables and fruit, organic eggs; dairy products and cheese to baked goods, sausages, olives and meat.

The municipality also runs a drinks stall at the market, the profits from which are used for social purposes. The stall is run by various associations from the region, which receive a subsidy of €100 per market day for this activity.

Once a year, there is also a night market with an extended range of products.

Institution type/carrier


How is your initiative financed?

The market place is provided by the municipality of Mamer.

Participation opportunities

Citizens can go shopping at the market. Associations wishing to run the drinks stall should contact the municipal administration.

What’s needed

Engaged citizen Part time volunteers Customers


With the market, the municipality of Mamer wants to support regional retailers as well as regional and organic products. The social exchange between the citizens should be promoted and the establishment of contacts to other associations should be made possible.


Promotion of regional and organic agriculture.

Target audience

The market is open to all citizens.

Sustainability Targets

  • Sustainable Cities and Communities
  • Responsible Consumption and Production
  • Life on Land



Address & geo, Contact person

  • Église de Mamer
  • place de l'Indépendance 1
  • 8252 Mamer
  • (+352) 31 00 31 – 1
This page was translated automatically with DEEPL.
The initiative information was originally written in German
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