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Dandenong, VIC: It’s the opening of a fresh market in the heart of Dandemere on the Sunshine Coast, with fresh food, drinks, and entertainment all vying for your attention.
The market has been open since April, but locals will have to wait until Sunday to experience the fun.
This morning, the Dandecon will be selling the first-ever Fresh Market in the Sunshine.
It has been named as the first ever Fresh Market to be open on a Sunshine Coast street.
Owner of the Dandy’s Fresh Market, Mark Jardine, said the market would be a showcase for local growers, while also catering to visitors and locals.
“It’s all about showcasing what the region is doing to produce fresh produce and local goods,” he said.
Mr Jardines wife, Heather, said this market was a great opportunity to showcase the Dands and the region’s fresh produce.
There are some pretty exciting things going on right now.
People are really excited about this.
Heather said they were planning on bringing in some of the best local farmers to showcase what they were doing.
They also had a lot of fun with the fresh produce, such as cucumbers, lettuce, carrots, potatoes, beans and tomatoes.
While there were a lot more than a few people buying the fresh goods, it was the locals that were bringing the smiles and the laughs.
Some of the food was sold out, so they have decided to have a few samples available.
You can even pick up some fresh vegetables in the market.
Dandecons food was delicious and fresh, but it was a little disappointing to find the food wasn’t on sale.
In fact, they are now planning to bring some of their local produce in.
I would say it was pretty much the perfect market.
It was just great for a fresh food market to be held.
So, while the market was good, it wasn’t exactly what I was expecting.
But it was definitely a good experience, especially when the local farmers brought their produce in and started selling their own products.
Mark Jardie said this was another success story in a city where people want fresh food.
Topics:local-government,business-economics-and-finance,market-and,sundays-business,dandebourne-2172,dandy-market-2215,vic,auFirst posted April 01, 2020 06:30:02Contact Melissa O’NeilMore stories from Victoria