Traders still busy selling the fruit and veg
A huge box if giant plums.
and then some madarines
The brand new Bravo apple was on sale, this is the first season of commercial volumes, they are only available in Australia.
Some large Brussels sprouts from Samwell & sons
Fresh new season Kanzi apples.
Very large red peppers on sale.
The avocado, still the hottest thing on the market.
The delegates in the grower's hall, this hall is only for growers with South Australian produce.
Lovely tomatoes from Stellar Farms.
The motto of the market!
and the logo!
There are the retailers stands they are free to sell what they want on the market, although most of the product was Aussie grown.
Extremely huge specimens!
Butternur squash from Jammal Bros.
some nice chillies.
These cucumbers from 4 Ways were grown 10 mins away from the market
Lots of Aussie citrus fresh from the tree.
Nice fresh Seeka kiwis from the Australian orchards.
Limes looking a bit less green.
One of the traders at Bach Bros always ready to help.
More avos ready to get smashed!
Great citrus display at Bache Bros!
little cocktail pears at Fisell's.
Quinces also at Fisell's.
Popcorn on the cob! Just put it in the microwave and watch it pop!
Beet root is also becoming a popular item for its health qualities.
Stunning purple carrots at Mercurio Bros.
Pre packed mixed colour carrots, very popular with the chefs and the trader's grandchildren!
A great display of potatoes from Mondello, all grown locally.
The Australian grapes were late on the market this year.
Bananas can be a tricky business to be in, it hard to judge how much to ripen each week.
Organic bananas dipped in red wax.
A nice display of every kind of mushroom you can think of at SA Mushrooms.
This time corn on the cob as we are used to seeing it!
On of Australia's bigger producers Costa had a big presence at the market.
More Australian grown kiwis.
Driscoll's blueberries at the Costa shed.
Lots and lots of onions.
Orchard Breeze oranges packed by MFC in Mildura.
Lenswood a local apple grower, big growers of the Rockit apple.
Apples from Lenswood.
And of course the little Rockit apple!
New season Jazz in the new branded cartons.
Along with some in the old branded boxes!
Delegates sit down for a well deserved breakfast.
Some old photos and items.
Angelo Demasi CEO of the Market tells delegates all about the market.
Craig Katz tells the visitors about the export brand FRESH PLEASE.