More than 120 people helped Stirling Food Assembly celebrate their first birthday last week.
The online food market hosted a free tasting session at Stirling Cycle Hub on Thursday afternoon to mark the milestone.
Those in attendance were able to try a wide range of goods – from organic steak meatballs and sourdough bread to award winning cheese and cakes.
The market took more than £1700 in sales with more than 70 customers placing bumper orders.
Stirling Food Assembly, which has generated more than £55,000 for the area’s economy in the last year, was started up by charity Forth Environment Link to encourage people to shop local.
They sold around 2800 baskets of produce since starting and are now ranked among the top three food assemblies in the UK.
Celebration Stirling Food Assembly marked their first birthday with a special taster event