Birmingham Wholesale Market have recently joined the UK Armed Forces Covenant

We are thrilled to announce that Birmingham Wholesale Market have recently joined the UK Armed Forces Covenant, solidifying our commitment to supporting and honouring the brave men and women who serve in the military, past and present.
The Armed Forces Covenant is a pledge that ensures members of the Armed Forces community are treated with fairness and respect in the community and in the workplace. By joining this covenant, we are acknowledging the sacrifices and contributions made by those who serve in the Forces, and we are committed to ensuring they receive the support and recognition they deserve.
Birmingham Wholesale Market are committed to providing employment opportunities, training and development for those who have served our country. We look forward to working closely with the armed forces community and making a positive impact in their lives.
We are excited to begin this new chapter in our relationship with the military community, and we look forward to further strengthening our ties with the Armed Forces through our participation in the covenant.

FRESH FROM FLANDERS is coming to Birmingham Wholesale Market!

Fresh from Flanders















FRESH FROM FLANDERS is coming to Birmingham Wholesale Market!

Birmingham Wholesale Market and Fresh From Flanders are delighted to offer you the opportunity to enjoy a free superb breakfast prepared by a top Belgian chef and his team of local Brummie cooks. This will be using the finest fresh produce from the Flanders region.

The Breakfast is available at the Hub Witton from 6.00 am to 9.00 am. on Thursday 21 September here at Birmingham Wholesale Market. Click here for directions

After enjoying your breakfast you are invited to meet some of the best growers and exporters and sample some of the finest fresh fruit and vegetables from the fields of Flanders!

Look forward to seeing you there.


Andrew Barnes, BWM phone no 07384 810851 / Eddie Price BWM 07778 593106

New Contract extension with AXIL Integrated Services

We are pleased to say that AXIL Integrated Services are continuing their fantastic work at the market and have extended their contract with us for a further 5 years. Since they have come onto site they have made many improvements including installing a new baler on-site to improve segregation of materials and maximised rebate opportunities. Not only this but waxy cardboard was taken from a higher grade to increase rebates further.

Andrew Barnes, Market manager said, “Birmingham Wholesale market has been designed for the 21st Century and offers a highly efficient trading environment, where make every effort to minimise or recycle food and material waste. Our partnership with Axil has led to a cleaner site that recycles more – with any rebates being passed straight back to our tenants.”

Get Ready…The Clean Air Zone charge is coming on 1 June

Birmingham Clean Air Zone Charge

Get Ready …..The Clean Air Zone charge is coming on 1 June,  where high polluting vehicles will be charged to enter Birmingham City Centre.

(all roads within the A4540 Ring Road but not the ring road itself).

For cars, taxis and vans the charge is £8 per day, while HGVs, coaches and buses will be charged £50 per day and the onus will be on the driver to pay the charge.

BCC has said most petrol vehicles from 2006 onwards and diesel vehicles from 2015 will be compliant and there will be exemptions for some vehicles. More information and a series of webinars is available at

November Lockdown Statement

Birmingham Wholesale Market

Firstly, on behalf of our tenants, I would like to express my thanks to all customers and visitors of the market for your support through this very tough period. Throughout this time we have continued to supply the freshest produce to the West Midlands and beyond without the need to close our doors.

We have previously had to adopt a policy of not allowing private buyers on to the market until such time that we were able to have mitigation in place to accept those customers who were not legitimate food businesses, however, now that we have better control measures in place we believe that this can continue during the latest lockdown. One caution on this would be if we found there to be a major outbreak of ‘panic buying’ whereby we would always give precedence to those businesses over any private/public purchasers.

All customers and visitors must wear a face covering which covers their nose and mouth at all times whilst upon the estate. Any customer or visitor without face coverings will not be allowed into the estate and if found not be wearing such around the market, they will be asked to leave until such time that they are prepared to adhere to Government Guidelines.

Please note that the use of a face-covering should not be seen as a substitute for social distancing. Please continue to observe rules regarding appropriate distancing whilst on the market estate.

For further information please see our face-covering guidance by clicking the link below. Once again, we thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Pedalling Pantry films with BBC at the market

Pedalling Pantry owner Jas at the Birmingham Wholesale Market

It was great to see Jas from Pedalling Pantry at the market today being filmed by BBC West Midlands for a piece which will show soon. Pedalling Pantry is a zero-waste sustainable green shop on two wheels that delivers fresh Fruit and Veg to customers across Birmingham City Centre. A lot of the produce is sourced from the Wholesale Market too which is great @bbcmtd @pedalling_pantry