The Adelaide Central Market has advised its voluntary Sunday trading trial will not continue.
“We would like to thank our Market community and customers who have supported our traders throughout the trial,” read part of the statement announcing the news.
The trial started in March 2019, before pausing due to COVID-19 restrictions, and kicking off again later in the year.
Traders were given the choice as to participate or not, with the likes of Barossa Fine Foods, Charlesworth Nuts, and Marino Meat and Food Store all taking part.
The Adelaide Central Market is open Tuesday – Saturday, including late nights until 9pm on Fridays.
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