A “Buyer” means

(a) a person who holds an ID card with the classification of Buyer as defined in the South Australian Produce Markets Operating Articles and Market Rule, and carries on a business located within a Retail Outlet in SA selling inter alia, fruit, vegetables, flowers or other horticultural products.

(b) an Eligible Shareholder where the relevant Designated Person is:

(i) a Retailer under clause (a); or

(ii) the director of a corporation that is a Retailer under clause (a); or

(iii) a Foundation Member who was a Retailer under clause (a); or

(c) a Foundation Member who has been a Retailer under clause (a).

Buyer Category Eligibility

To be eligible for the Buyer category you will require;

  • Hold an account with South Australian Produce Market
  • ABN Registration
  • Public Liability Insurance $20M
  • Current Return to Work Cover
  • Comply with the South Australian Produce Market’s Operating Articles and Market Rules

An example of an early buyer customer: Retail store

An Early Buyer account includes the following;

  • Annual access to South Australian Produce Market subject to the following access times (subject to change);
    Monday & Friday entry from 04:15am (exit from 05:00am)
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday entry from 04:55am (exit from 06:00am)
  • Allocated parking bay
  • Single Access ID Card

Total Early Buyer Initial Setup Fee $3,176.80 including GST

$3,176.80         Early Buyer Registration Fees per year including GST (invoiced quarterly)
$25.00              Access ID Card once-off setup fee (per card if more than one)

Fee for additional card holders (employees of buyer)

$25.00            Access ID Card once-off setup fee (per card if more than one)
$60.00            Access ID Card site access invoiced twice yearly, total of $120.00 per annum (per card if more than one)

Early Buyer Eligibility

To be eligible for the late Buyer category you will require;

  • Hold an account with South Australian Produce Market
  • ABN Registration
  • Public Liability Insurance $20M
  • Current Return to Work Cover
  • Comply with the South Australian Produce Market’s Operating Articles and Market Rules

Please note a South Australian Produce Market Induction must be completed successfully before Access ID Card is issued.

Please note these Buyer categories and prices are correct at Wednesday 12 July 2017 and are subject to change at any time. All prices include GST.

An example of a late buyer customer: Café / Restaurant, Small Retail Store

A Late Buyer account includes the following;

  • Annual access to South Australian Produce Market subject to the following access times (subject to change);
  • Monday to Saturday entry from 7:00am
  • Non-reserved parking
  • Single Access ID Card

Total Late Buyer Initial Setup Fee $918.00 including GST

$918.00            Buyer registration fee $918.00 per year including GST (invoiced twice yearly )
$25.00              Access ID Card once-off setup fee (per card if more than one)
$25.00              Access ID Card site access (per card if more than one)

Fee for additional card holders (employees of buyer)

$25.00              Access ID Card once-off setup fee (per card if more than one)
$25.00              Access ID Card site access (per card if more than one)

Late Buyer Eligibility

To be eligible for the Late Buyer category you will require;

  • Hold an account with South Australian Produce Market
  • ABN Registration
  • Public Liability Insurance $20M
  • Current Return to Work Cover
  • Comply with the South Australian Produce Market’s Operating Articles and Market Rules

Please note a South Australian Produce Market Induction must be completed successfully before Access ID Card is issued.

Please note these Buyer categories and prices are correct at Wednesday 12 July 2017 and are subject to change at any time. All prices include GST.

Site induction

It is a mandatory requirement that a comprehensive formal site induction is completed by all individuals who undertake activities across the site.

Inductions are completed online or can be arranged to be completed at the Operations office. The induction process includes completing an Access ID Card application and a safety video which details the site rules followed by a questionnaire. Once these steps have been completed you will be issued Access ID Card and permitted access to the site.

Your Access ID Card must be carried with you at all times and presented upon request to Market Officials or South Australian Produce Market management.  Failure to comply with this requirement may result in immediate removal from the site.


South Australian Produce Market

South Australian Produce Market

Burma Road, Pooraka

P: (08) 8349 4493
E: enquiry@saproducemarket.com.au

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