Meet the stallholders: Sally from the reggae loving muesli makers Farmer Jo

By Kate Walsh


And this lovely lady is Sally from Farmer Jo. Waltz into their pocket sized kitchen in Surry Hills and you'll never want to leave  - or at least not leave empty handed. I credit Sally and Scott (or Scott from Scotland as he likes to introduce himself) for upping the ante on breakfast tables right across Sydney with their hand-made, seasonal muesli. They'll have a bunch of really delicious Christmas muesli blends at the market. Perfect gift for that really hard to buy for person. 

Granola or muesli?
When not eating bircher, it’s muesli for me. 

What is the best music to make muesli to?
You should join us for Reggae Friday in the kitchen! It is the only way to start the weekend. 

If there is one thing you could change about our food system, what would it be?
I really hate that we waste so much food. That's why we make to order in our kitchen.

What Christmas pressie will you be buying from the market and for whom?
My entire family are big lovers (and consumers) of Hands Lane jam so I’ll definitely be putting some buckets under our Christmas tree.


The Christmas Artisan Food Gift market is a collaboration between Sydney Living Museums and Real Food Projects. 


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