Thriving in covid 19- excellent investment. This fresh produce market is a fruit and vegetable store with a difference – sourcing a lot of (in season) stock from local farms and so providing customers with the freshest produce possible. Whatever is not available locally is bought from the wholesale market.
Meat, bread, fish and cakes are also sold at this market, by other operators.
The shop, well located in the busy shopping heart of this large Gippsland town, has a clean and tidy presentation and has recently been refurbished with a lot of new items such as LED lighting, cash registers, digital scales, shelving, display fridge, serving counters and a large cool room.
Rent for the shop is $777 per week including GST with lease options of 5x5x5.
Trading only one day per week from 7am to 5pm, this produce market turns over approx. $9,000 per week. On the day before trading day one person is required to receive and organise stock. Weekly takings have increased by approx 50% – 60% during COVID-19 Crisis
There are 5 part time staff working in this business plus one driver.
Prides itself for offering fresh and quality produce, there is still huge potential in this fruit and veg business. Motivated new owner could open an extra day or expand in to the wholesale market. Vendor is happy to assist new buyer to ensure ongoing success.
This market does not have a website, but has a database of loyal customers who pre-order and pick up. It does have a large social media following and a savvy operator could use social media to market the business more or set up a website and have online ordering via the website.
This business is sure to impress.
For more information and to arrange an inspection contact Chris Panagiotidis on 0433 582 533 or Elle Likopoulos on 03 9566 7300.
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