Skala Artisan Bakers opens at the Adelaide Central Market • Glam Adelaide

Skala Artisan Bakers opens at the Adelaide Central Market

Skala Artisan Bakers is proudly SA owned and operated and is dedicated to traditional artisan baking methods that create delicious modern bakery products.

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Renowned South Australian bakery, Skala Artisan Bakers, has opened its first stall at the Adelaide Central Market.

After operating from the neighbouring Central Market Arcade stall for four decades, Skala – one of the state’s most iconic bakery brands – has officially become an Adelaide Central Market trader at Stall 25.

“With almost 70 years of history, local production and a commitment to traditional baking methods, Skala is a perfect fit for the Adelaide Central Market,” said Adelaide Central Market Authority General Manager, Jodie Kannane.

Established in 1952, Skala Artisan Bakers is proudly South Australian owned and operated and is dedicated to traditional artisan baking methods that create delicious modern bakery products.

Baked fresh daily from the highest quality local ingredients, customers can enjoy a variety of breads, pastries and quiches, as well as coffee and donuts, cakes, pies, pasties and sausage rolls.

“Skala’s range of products is made for South Australians by South Australians,” said Skala Bakery CEO, Nick Bagot.

“Our products are handcrafted using traditional baking techniques and baked fresh every day. The Adelaide Central Market is a world-renowned fresh food market, which offers the best of South Australia.

“It is the perfect place to offer our locally made products to South Australian food lovers. Our brand-new stall will offer a wide range of delicious bakery products for every occasion.”

The new Skala stall has been constructed from the ground up and includes a brand new fit- out, reflecting our local heritage and features the rustic and natural elements of South Australia.

Skala will celebrate its official launch on Friday 20 November, with specials available all day between 7:00am – 9:00pm.

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