Every Saturday, at the town’s Pffarplatz, a viticule market is held in Krems. Among the the wide range of traditional products and specialities fresh from the region, there are poppy seed cakes known as Mohnzelten, which are also available with a haselnut filling.
In addition to bakery products and conserves, there are all manner vegetables, fish and dairy products. When it comes to bakery products, it is unfortunately necessary to remember that artisan presentation does not necessarily entail an adherence to artisan techniques or ideals and that this may lead to disappointment when it comes to the quality of what is purchased. Fortunately most market stands stands are however bona fide artisan producers with fish for example coming from two small producers North of Krems. See https://fisch-zucht.at/cms/ and www.lafoco.at.
Among the cheeses stocked by the „Cheese Heroine“ are the goat and buffalo cheeses made by Robert Paget, whose farm in Diensdorf is only a quarter of a hour away. See www.bufala-connection.at.
In addition to traditional products there are empanadas, the Argentianian descendant of the Cornish pasty.
There is Polish pierogi, hand-made ravioli, tortelloni and gnocci all with delectible fillings.
As the Wachauer Saffron Manufactory sells locally produced saffron and saffron products, this means that after a break of two hundred years, saffron is once again being sold at a market in Krems. See https://wachauer-safran.at/. For the full story of saffron growing in the Wachau and more on the Wachauer Saffron Manufactory’s products, see the Berhard Kaar article of the Reloading Humanism „People“ page.