Some markets across the Fleurieu are continuing to operate and offer fresh produce from local businesses to the community.
Cittaslow Goolwa has been successfully running socially-distanced markets, and will host its fourth at Jaralde Park this Sunday, May 24 from 9am to 1pm.
A broader variety of local stallholders are gradually returning as COVID-19 restrictions are eased.
On the menu at the upcoming market are baked goods, preserves, cheeses, pasta, and bread, and businesses including Chocolique, Murphy's Crossing Eggs, Drink in Style, and Ashborne Valley Orchard.
The market is conducted in keeping with precautionary measures recommended by the Australian Farmers Market Association.
Willunga Farmers Market has been continuing weekly with extra measures in place, including expanding the event across two sites (the recreation park and the town square) and instating 'shop and go' and social distancing procedures. It is open on Saturdays from 8am to 12noon.
Victor Harbor Farmers Market has similar restrictions in place while it operates from 8am to 12.30pm on Saturdays at Grosvenor Gardens.
The Rotary Club of Encounter Bay is hopeful of opening its Goolwa and Port Elliot markets again in June, but it is unknown whether June's Willunga Quarry Market will go ahead.
Myponga Market, Second Valley Community Market and Victor Harbor Beachside Market are closed until further notice.