Sunday 22 March 2015

Adelaide Market Links With Time-Poor Customers

Adelaide Market’s interim CEO has announced plans to link entrepreneurs and start-up businesses with traders to make fresh produce more readily available to time-poor city workers and commuters.
It would appear that the market wants to make its fresh produce the source for a distribution network including things like an outlet in Adelaide’s busy Rundle Mall, deliveries to CBD workplaces, pick-up points at railway stations, and even lunchbox supply.

The incoming CEO said they were not trying to deter customers who already visited the market, but more to give access to quality, fresh market produce to customers who for various reasons found it difficult to visit the market.