Street food operator Kerb is to leave Camden Market after two years.
During its time at the market it has developed more than 30 street food businesses but said now was the time to “move on to new projects in the capital”.
Camden Market will take over the management of the stalls from 1 October.
The group said: “Our mission is to animate spaces in collaboration with partners who share our vision for the future of street food.
“That is what’s next for us and our traders – more amazing locations, the best-quality street food and nurturing our traders’ businesses to flourish.”
Mexican-inspired vegan street food concept Club Mexicana has also decided to end its residency at Camden Market to coincide with Kerb’s withdrawal.
Founder Meriel Armitage said: “We have had an amazing time with Kerb at Camden and love being part of the Kerb family. Kerb was the first street food curator to put us in a market and we’ve built a great relationship with it over the years. We’ve served almost 40,000 burritos and more than 20,000 tacos during our time here and we’ll be sad to go. However, we are really looking forward to working with Kerb again in the near future – it has an amazing team and we will definitely be involved in whatever its next project may be!”