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Organic Produce – Marketto @ South Yarra

Posted by Kristian Hatton

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August 4, 2012
3:00 pm

So where do we get the organic gear from at markets around this city? Marketto’s a decent option right now.

First up, there was this place called Sweet Caroline, a hair salon joint, right? They have an organic ethos in regards to products they use, so they decided to expand on this and hold a market out the back of their shop.

Lo and behold, this little venture’s taken off, and they’re now running the deal again this Saturday, and hopefully the first Saturday of every month. Go check it out, go get yourself some wholesome goodies. If you’re critical of that sort of stuff, maybe you should have a go and see what you’re missing out on ;)

They’re down to support related ventures and small businesses, so contact Ange at 0430488001 if interested in contributing.

WHEN: 1st Saturday of each month, 9am-3pm
WHERE: Sweet Caroline, 40 South Caroline Street, South Yarra
WEB: sweetcaroline.com.au


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