The market at Llangefni, on Anglesey, has grown from just six stalls to more than 30 in less than six months.
That is despite there being three large supermarkets in the town.
It's proof that it is possible to give them a run for their money - according to the man who runs the market.
2 Sisters Food Group has told ITV News that it bought 11 processing plant sites around the UK six weeks ago.
It says they were all operating below capacity, losing money and had an uncertain future.
It plans to transfer work from other sites to Llangefni, but says that is not confirmed at this stage.
A consultation process with workers will start soon, and the jobs could potentially be created in one or two years' time.
It says its plans are about creating security for the future, which had looked bleak.
Up to 300 new jobs could be created at a chicken processing plant on Anglesey according to the Unite union.
Paddy McNaught says the owners have begun a consultation process over creating an extra shift.
He said the news showed the "commitment of the new owners to the Llangefni plant."
The creation of the new jobs will almost double the current workforce to around 600.
The Unite union has welcomed the news saying that it was part of the Birmingham based groups plan to expand sites where they already operate.
An agreement which will develop skills in Wales' energy sector is being signed today.
Anglesey will be the focus for the training programme which it's hoped will bring new investment and jobs.
The island is currently waiting for a decision on whether a new power plant will be build at Wylfa, with bidders for that due to be announced later.
Philip Steele, from campaign group 'People Against Wylfa B' , opposes plans for a new nuclear plant.
"A lot of the jobs will be going to people with no connection to the local area at all and contractors have already found this", he claims.