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Adelaide Produce Markets Ltd
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Grower'S Pavilion, Merchant Cres. Pooraka. Salisbury, SA, 5095.
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We are the best in the business. A sunday morning market for all the family! fresh fruit and veg, plants, tools, hardware, electronics, trash and treasure, bakery items, homewares and so much more.

Any market users or any other person granted access to the South Australian Produce Market site who becomes mindful of a hazard, pensive injury or illness or a dangerous incident, including close misses, must as soon as conceivable notify a Market Official. (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 alga, fruit, vegetables, flowers or other horticultural products. In addition to this core objective, Market Fresh SA also works towards the following: To encourage the SA Provide Market as South Australia’s center of fresh yield to the industry, the media, the public and potential suppliers and buyers. To be the best facility for the wholesale trading of fresh yield in Australia. The Board of Directors, Management staff work together as a team in partnership with customers, suppliers, and all levels of Government industry groups, recognizing the benefits that teamwork offers. The majority of Australia’s new bear is either traded or transshipped through Australia’s wholesale markets providing a critical unite within the industry involving growers, wholesalers, retailers and associated industry groups. Bringing over 50 years’ experience in the fruit and vegetable wholesale industry, Pat is the Managing Director of Scalzi Produce, a new bear wholesaling business based at the Adelaide Provide Market. Directors have determined that the Board should be autonomous of management. h) Overseeing Bear Market operations and provision of services to Yield Market users. The Committee makes a recommendation to the Board on the CEO’s remuneration which is based on both performance and outer market data. It requires that there be a minimum of 8 directors and a maximum of 11 directors with up to three growers, three wholesalers, two retailers and three self-reliant directors appointed. The CEO attends all Board and Committee meetings. Directors are not required to be shareholders however a grower, retailer or wholesaler appointment must be an eligible person operating a business in their respective category. Similarly retail Directors must be in the business of retailing fruit, vegetable, flowers or horticultural products in South Australia from a retail outlet and be a registered Bear Market buyer. In addition to the 12 scheduled Board meetings, meetings are also often held throughout the year to address strategy, Board performance and other specific matters which arise. The CEO attends all Board meetings and the other managers offer on relevant matters as required. Also in 2015, the company has appointed David Garry Associates to act as the company’s share registry service provider to ensure that all dealing with shareholders with respect to share transfers are handled in a manner self-reliant from the company’s employees. The company has procedures for the CEO and the Finance Manager to bear assurances that the financial statements are founded on a safe system of risk management and internal oversee and that the system is operating effectively in all material aspects in relation to reporting financial risks. The Committee meets considerable times per year on a range of matters and is responsible for reviewing the CEO’s remuneration as well as making recommendations to the Board on fees for non executive Directors. The purpose of this limitation is to maintain South Australian fruit and vegetable industry regulate over the Company’s Board. There is a 15 limit on the number of shares in the Company that may be held by a shareholder either by a single shareholder or together with any associates of a shareholder. As noted above the Company’s Constitution imposes limits on the number of shares in the Company that any person, or group of associated persons, may hold. For example, shares purchased by a Grower can only be classified as Grower Shares.

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