Melbourne Market’s ‘Great Big Feast’
PLEASE NOTE THAT TICKET SALES CLOSE AT 5:00PM ON THE 23rd SEPTEMBER 2022
On February 24th 2023, The Melbourne Market’s Great Big Feast will host up to a staggering 2,500 guests for a lunch not to be missed!
Centred around a table stretching the full 1-Kilometer of Buyers’ Walk; The Great Big Feast highlights include a three-course meal, a four-hour beverage package comprised of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, local and national entertainment, world record attempts and much much more.
Alongside this event, the Melbourne Market have partnered with Foodbank Victoria, with every ticket sold including a financial donation that will go a long way towards feeding vulnerable families in Victoria.
If it's entertainment, wholesome food, networking, world record attempts, or aligning your business with this strong Victorian institution and charity; the Melbourne Market’s Great Big Feast is positioned to provide exactly that… See you there!
Whilst all reasonable efforts will be made to allocate tables in front of your store, please note that there are only limited number of tables for this event so the MMA will endeavour to allocate tables as best as possible on a ‘first come, first served basis.
Melbourne Market is Victoria’s wholesale fruit, vegetable and cut flower trading centre, one of six central fresh produce markets in Australia.
Operating from a purpose-built facility on a 67-hectare site at Epping, the Market provides the critical link between growers, wholesalers, retailers and the fresh produce supply chain.
Approximately, 2,750 businesses use the Market as a base, buying and selling fresh produce in the early hours of the morning for distribution across Victoria and Australia.
Over 2,000 individual fruit and vegetable buyers, representing independent greengrocers, supermarkets, restaurants and food processors, source their produce direct from the Market. Many more receive deliveries and consignments from the Market.
Up to 120,000 square metres of warehousing space provides for the integration of supply chain logistics within the Market itself, and is the largest warehousing precinct of any central market in Australia.