New Health and Safety Advisors Appointed

We’re delighted to be working with Safety For Employers, who are supporting and guiding our Market Management team in the provision of occupational safety, health and wellbeing at Birmingham Wholesale Market.

Working with us, their experienced and proactive team have developed systems, procedures and communications to provide a safe work place for our market traders, customers and visitors.



Tour the Market

Do you run a business or an organisation? Are you interested in finding out more about what we have on offer at Birmingham Wholesale Market. Come and meet our friendly traders and and browse the vast array of fresh produce, including fruit and vegetables, with many unusual and exotic varieties being readily available. We also have traders specialising in fresh meat, fish and dairy – with a wide range of delicious products on offer. You will also find an excellent selection of fresh flowers and plants available.

Request a tour by completing a form and one of our team will be in touch very soon to arrange.


Birmingham Wholesale Market Opening Day

Birmingham Wholesale Market Company Ltd enjoyed a fantastic opening event on the 5th October. This was the official opening and a chance to tour Birmingham’s new £50 million Wholesale Market and celebrate a successful start to this exciting new chapter in the Market’s story.

Visitors enjoyed sampling the variety of food that was available some of which was prepared by Michelin starred chefs. They got to sample the huge range of delicious fresh produce available at the market each day and enjoy the musical entertainment from around the globe.

Councillor Ian Ward alongside Chris Bavin (star of Britain’s Best Home Cook, Eat Well for Less? and Tomorrow’s Food) did the official countdown the opening.

Join TV chef (star of Britain’s Best Home Cook, Eat Well for Less? and Tomorrow’s Food) Chris Bavin for the official opening of the new purpose-built facility.

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No Children under the age of 16 of the market site

We regret that it is not possible to allow anyone under 16 on site. Outside of the market halls forklifts operate carrying heavy loads to take to customers vehicles and transporting goods around the site.

There are many customer vehicles arriving, parking and leaving the site. There are a limited amount of deliveries allowed on site during trading hours, so there is significant traffic on site during trading hours.

Inside the market halls there are crossing lanes for forklift trucks and pump trucks are used by staff to move heavy loads. Forklifts also operate within tenant premises.

Birmingham Wholesale Market enjoys successful opening period

The Birmingham Wholesale Market opened just before Ramadan and the beginning of the amazing British summer of 2018. So far we have had one day of rain at the market and been very busy and a successful opening by all traders and the market team.Fresh Produce at the Birmingham Wholesale Market

Our delivery lorries very quickly adjusted to the new route and customers found us after the move (with only a few people being talked through how to get to us!). Trade has been up and the traders have settled in well. The last few vacant units have people interested, so we may be full by the end of 2018.

Now it is quieter, the school holidays have an effect on us too! So if you have not been down yet, now is the time when it is a little quieter and we’ve got into the rhythm of the market in it’s new home.

New Market opens for business!

A new chapter for Birmingham’s Wholesale Market began today (8 May 2018), as the traders’ new purpose-built home in Witton opened for business.

Birmingham City Council has significantly invested in the new site to create a facility fit for the 21st Century, which is run by the Birmingham Wholesale Market Management Company.Birmingham Wholesale Market is OPEN!

Based at The Hub, on Nobel Way, Witton, the new market includes 78 units selling fruit and veg, meat, poultry, fish and flowers, along with nine warehouses, café and management offices.

As one of the largest integrated wholesale markets in Europe, Birmingham’s traders provide fresh produce to restaurants, hotels, fast food outlets and local retailers across the Midlands and Wales.

This represents an investment of nearly £50m in Birmingham’s future, with the Wholesale Market acting as a catalyst for city’s economic wellbeing – and its traders playing a vital role in Birmingham’s story – attracting business from across the UK and Europe.

Members of the Birmingham Wholesale Market Company showed both Cllr Ian Ward, Leader of Birmingham City Council and Waheed Nazir, Corporate Director for Economy, around the new site to see traders open for their first day of business today.

Cllr Ian Ward, Leader of Birmingham City Council, said: “The markets continue to play a major part in Birmingham life and this is the next exciting chapter in a story that goes back almost 900 years.

“This state-of-the-art facility brings the markets firmly into the 21st Century and I’d like to thank traders for working with Birmingham City Council on this project. I’m sure Birmingham’s historic Wholesale Markets and the many traders working there will now grow from strength to strength.”

Eddie Price, director of Birmingham Wholesale Market Company Ltd, said: “We, as the management company – a joint venture between the traders and the city council – wanted to thank the Cllr Ian Ward and Waheed Nazir for their significant contribution, without which the market could not have opened.

“Now our focus is on developing the market to reach its full potential as the wider region’s ‘go-to’ destination for fresh produce.”

Birmingham Wholesale Market is open 3.30am to 11.30am Monday to Friday, and 3.30am to 9.30am on Saturday.

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Market Opens 30th April for Deliveries and 8th May to Trade

The brand new Birmingham Wholesale Market opens on Monday 30th April 2018 for deliveries and opens on Tuesday 8th May for trading.

The Birmingham Wholesale Market is one of the largest integrated wholesale markets in Europe, providing fresh produce to restaurants, hotels, fast food outlets Birmingham Wholesale Market opens on 30th April for Deliveries and to Trade on 8th Mayand local retailers across the Midlands and Wales. Given its Royal Charter in 1166, the Market remain a dynamic and vibrant part of the Birmingham city economy, offering a cost competitive source of fish, poultry, meat, fruit and vegetables and flowers. With its commitment to quality, the Birmingham Wholesale Market offers local producers an international market to compete.

Our new address is: The Hub, Nobel Way, Aston, B6 7EU.

New Website live

The brand new Birmingham Wholesale Market website is now live. The new site should provide a wide range of information for Tenants, Visitors and those wishing to visit. There is a range of handy features available on the site including:

  • Find a Tenant
  • Tenant areas – enabling tenants to quickly access key information about the Market
  • Location information
  • News
  • Visitor Information

And much more. We will be constantly developing the site to ensure a quality web presence for all who work and visit the Market.