CONTINUE TO SHOP WITH YOUR FAVOURITE ADELAIDE CENTRAL MARKET TRADERS WITHOUT LEAVING YOUR CAR.
In these difficult times, it is reassuring to know that you can still buy from your favourite market traders.
Adelaide Central Market is open for business, with extra health and safety measures in place.
And now, they are offering a pre-order and collect drive-through service, meaning that you can shop without leaving your car.
Order anytime to collect every Tuesday and Friday, from 2pm until 6pm.
You can collect fruit and veg, meat, poultry and seafood, continental items and cheese, bakery and patisserie items, nuts, coffee and confectionery, specialty items, take-home meals, and fresh flowers.
Customers can also purchase in-store takeaway coffee and meals, and some traders are offering home delivery.
HOW DO I USE ADELAIDE CENTRAL MARKET’S DRIVE-THROUGH SERVICE?
Simply contact your favourite trader directly to place an order and to pay. Confirm your details and advise your preferred pick-up time during the designated collection hours.
You can order from multiple traders with your purchases grouped together for contactless collection.
Orders can be placed at any time, including same day collection with a cut off time of 11:00am.
Click HERE for each trader’s contact details.
WHERE DO I COLLECT MY ORDER?
The Market has created a drive-through zone on Gouger Street.
Head east along Gouger Street (from West Terrace or Morphett Street). The zone is in front of Zuma Caffe and Marino Meats Food Store, just after the traffic lights and the entry to UPark Central Market car park.
You will be greeted by a Market staff member who will confirm your order details and safely deliver your goods to your vehicle.
The drive-through service area is clearly signed. All staff members wear gloves and use sanitiser between customers. Storage units and service areas are also regularly sanitised.
Click HERE to find out more about shopping safely and supporting South Australian small business at Adelaide Central Market.
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