Following its home-delivery trial (which allowed customers to order directly from traders), Prahran Market has created a one-stop online shop selling fresh produce, organic meat, ethically sourced seafood, everyday staples and more.

The centralised ordering system means you can choose a mix of products from 25 of the market’s traders, pay for the lot in a single transaction, and have your groceries delivered as early as the next day.

“With supermarkets currently only offering a priority service online, and existing delivery companies unable to take on new customers, Prahran Market knew there was a need for this new online service,” said general manager Simon Ward in a statement.

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Your shopping list may include fancy French cheese from Maker & Monger, whole coffee beans from Jasper Coffee, fresh sourdough from Q le Baker, Asian groceries from Lee’s, plus all the edible extras you need to survive self-isolation.

Delivery is available within five kilometres of the market – an area that stretches as far as Elsternwick in the south, Fitzroy in the north, Hawthorn in the east, and catches plenty of suburbs in between.

The order minimum is $50, and there’s a $15 delivery fee.

The market is open on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. If you order before 4pm, your delivery will arrive on the next market day.

You can still order directly from traders that aren’t on the new platform by phone.