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Barossa Farmers Market re-opens

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Barossa Farmers Market re-opens

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ella pryor
>> Sheralee Menz, Trevallie Orchard and Ellie Neindorf, Barossa Farmers Market Operations Co-ordinator highlight some of the produce available through the market’s pre-order online system & above in main picture Martin Ritzmann and Beck Tucker of Mehl Sourdough; Lisa Werner of Jersey Fresh and Marie Waechter of Waechter’s Farm Produce are excited to be back at the Barossa Farmers Market.

Locals and tourists have been able to get their fresh, locally grown and made produce from the Barossa Farmers Market for the past few weeks since their re-opening.

The market, just outside of Angaston, has re-opened with their usual trading hours on Saturdays from 7.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.

An online pre-order system has also been added to the market’s offering.

Pre-orders open on Sunday to Wednesday, with produce boxes, milk, bread, pastries, meat, pasta and more available.

Two pick up options include ‘walk through’ – collecting your produce directly from the stallholders or ‘drive through’ – a zero contact pick up service for a small fee.

Both options are a great opportunity for those wanting to save time on a Saturday morning and especially helpful for families wanting to quickly grab and go.

Ellie Neindorf, Barossa Farmers Market Operations Co-ordinator explained that since re-opening, the market is looking for the community’s support and encourages local and regional travellers to visit and purchase from our local food producers.

“There is plenty of incredible, local produce that is on display to browse and select,” said Ellie.

“Now is the perfect opportunity to support local, small businesses. Stallholders make their products with as many local ingredients as possible, so there is a chain effect whereby supporting these stallholders, you are also supporting many other local businesses.”

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