One of the smaller stand holders selling their goods in the outdoor area.
Loading goods for sale.
Many growers come to the market a few times per week to sell their crops.
Loading docks for the indoor area for the larger companies.
Loading the fresh fruit and vegetables.
A view of a side hall in one of the larger selling areas.
Entry into the hall which is just a couple of years old after a fire destroyed the old facilities.
Offices are located on the top level and selling happens below.
Fresh Polish plums for sale.
A wide variety of fruits are available, including these pomelos.
Fresh Polish grown chanterelles.
Fresh Polish chanterelles.
A packet of fresh ingredients used for pickling in Poland.
Fresh local ingredients.
Bell pepper grower selling his peppers on the outdoor area of the market.
Chili and yellow bell peppers for sale.
Various Polish produce; such as leek, dill, chili peppers and regular bell peppers.
A wide view of the outdoor selling area.
Large cabbage for sale, almost twice the size of an average cabbage found in stores. The purple cabbage, gives an indication of the size.
A variety of cabbage, a popular traditional Polish vegetable.
Maciej Kmera from Bronisze holds one of the loose cabbage leafs which are used to make traditional cabbage rolls filled with meat.
Traders busy at the outdoor area.
Growers keep the greens on broccoli on the way to the market to increase the shelf life of the vegetable.
Freshly cut broccoli and cauliflower.
Stand from a potato and onion producer.
Orange and white carrots.
The leftover leaves from broccoli or cauliflower.
A truck full of large cabbages.
It was a cold a wet day for the producers trading outside.
A cabbage field right behind the gates of the Bronisze market.
Pumpkin is a popular winter vegetable in Poland.
Different types of pumpkins which are commonly used for soups.
A view of the activities outside the indoor halls.
Tarban, the largest company at the market, taking up a quarter of the hall.
Pink and red greenhouse tomatoes.
More and more Polish growers are switching over to growing the pink tomatoes.
Traditional Polish greenhouse tomatoes.
More and more Polish growers are adding new varieties to their production.
Parsley root could be found all over the market.
Close up of parsley root.
Polish grown garlic.
Garlic grown in the south of Poland.
Pink, 'black' and yellow tomatoes.
Outside view of one of the indoor halls.
Approximately 2 years ago, a flower section was added to the Bronisze market.
Gerberas in a wide range of colours.
Throughout the flower section of the market, heather was on display in a wide range of colours.
Different colours of heather.
Polish grown flowers.
Although a majority of the flowers at the market come from Holland, these are all domestic.
Flowers on display.