The Adelaide Farmers' Market Showground has on average 90+ stalls per week. You can search for produce and stallholders at the market here
For a list of stallholders at the market this Sunday - click here (updated Friday afternoon)
Fortnightly/returning stallholders here this week: Wild Fox Wines, Beetaloo Gourmet Mushrooms, The Dairy Man, Two Hills & a Creek, Rhodes Free Range Eggs, The Food Forest
Stallholders not here this week: Fiaje,Quench Fruit Extractions, Culinaria, San Jose Smallgoods, Fleurida - Gunter, Adelaide Hills Avocados, 4 Paws Doggy Treat, Olympus Flowers, Cooinda Proprietors, Chooks Gone Wild Pastured Eggs, Lobo Cider, Country Posies, The Gourmet Entertainer, Les Deux Coqs
These details are updated each Friday afternoon prior to the Sunday market.
We welcome #NobyLeong of SBS Food's The Chefs' Line back to the farmers' market with his fun and quirky experimental cooking.
Coming up in the demonstration kitchen at 11am each Sunday in February:
Sunday 25 February - Simon Bryant - from the ABC TV's The Cook and the Chef
There's an abundance of basil at the market. You'll find it at a host of stalls and organic basil at The Food Forest.
Have you said hello to our newest stallholders Michael & Fergus of Greens Plate Gourmet Microgreens - urban farmers and producers of Microgreens yet?
McCarthy’s Orchard have new season’s Gala Apples
Now you can buy your chickpeas AND lentils at the market. Rob from Bald Hills Olives will have the first pick of his chickpeas this Sunday.
Patlin Gardens will have an abundance of eggplants, tomatoes and melons to choose from this Sunday.
Boost your gut health. Sam from Gut Feeling now has probiotic rich fermented dill pickles available.
Claude from Merry Cherry Farms now has an abundance of green beans at his stall, as well as his usual range of bread, pizza bases and cherry juice.
A big market welcome back to Glenn with his delicious Adelaide Hills Avocados and also to Gerry Bariamis with his fabulous table grapes grown in Berri.
Seasonal produce: Plums
Plums are a stone fruit, related to the cherry. There are two main types of plums, European and Japanese, and these vary in size, shape and colour. European plums are an oval shape and usually have a pink or purple skin colour. The interior flesh can be yellow, white or a deeper red. Japanese plums are more of a round shape, sometimes heart shaped due to a little groove at one end of the fruit and a slight point at the other. The skin colour ranges from yellow to red and the interior flesh from yellow to red or a mixture of both. Most plums usually have a cloudy exterior appearance and like other stone fruits, plums can either have a clingstone or a freestone.
In Australia, plums are generally available from October to May, while the peak period for the fruit is February to March. There are a wide variety of plums, with over 200 in Australia alone, and such varieties differ in colour, sugar content and therefore sweetness. The most common varieties include ‘Wilson’, ‘Santa Rosa’, ‘Angelina’ and ‘Narrabeen’. Plums can be eaten fresh, roasted, poached, stewed or dried, becoming prunes.
You can find plums at The Food Forest, Cooinda Proprietors, Eko Fruits, Pavlos Fruits and McCarthy stalls at Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market.
2018 Market Membership is now available online or at the market and can be used by members to receive a discount on their shopping at the market from this Sunday.
2017 market membership is no longer valid. Renew your market membership here.
Adelaide Farmers' Market Members can purchase 2018 car park passes for parking on Sundays at the Adelaide Showground via the Leader Street entrance. Now costing just $55 the passes can be used every Sunday to the end of December 2018 (except during the Royal Show). The passes are valid for all day on Sunday so market members can stay to enjoy additional events and activities at the Adelaide Showground for no additional car parking charge. Visit the Information Stand at the market and show your membership card to purchase your pass.
Car Park costs on Sundays for Farmers' Market Customers are as follows:
First hour - free
Parking until 1:30pm - $4
Day parking - $10
Adelaide Farmers' Market Cheeseboard. Solid pine cheeseboard with the market logo branded on. Its been crafted by our friends at Woodwerx, part of Barossa Enterprises. Woodwerx provides supported employment for people with disability in the Barossa Valley and Clare Valley regions. The Cheeseboards are $22.50 for members and $25 for non-members.
Can you spare four hours on Sunday morning once a month? We’re looking for friendly folk who will help at our Information Stall at our Adelaide Showground Farmers' Market. Training will be provided. Contact email@example.com to register your interest.
14 - 18 Feb Lets go Caravan & Camping Show