News

Exhibitors and merchants of meat / charcuterie, groceries (coffee, tea, chocolate) and delicatessen, hygiene and cosmetic products as well as any other product suitable for zero waste are recruited as part of this market. bulk, reusable containers, etc.).


Good news ! All food markets can open again.

Access to the markets is organized by the municipal authorities, so as to respect the rules of social distancing, in particular the maintenance of a distance of 1.5 meters between each person, as well as the appropriate prevention measures.


Markets with less than 50 stalls may open after May 18 after validation by the municipal authorities, and under strict distancing and hygiene conditions. A progressive reopening schedule is being prepared by the City.


Several support measures have been taken at the federal, regional and municipal level to minimize the economic impact of the coronavirus.

At the municipal level, various support measures are proposed to support traders:


The “Zero Waste Objective” market was very successful when it opened last week on Place Ste Catherine.

If you missed the launch and its animations, don't worry, catch-up session this Saturday 14/03 with:


Contact

A question ? A suggestion ?

Markets Unit

Place du Samedi, 1
      1000
      Brussels
02 279 25 20
02 279 25 29
marches.markten@brucity.be


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