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Bite Markets plan tasty reopening

Posted: 12pm 02 Jul 2020

Tell your tastebuds to brace themselves, Bite Markets at North Harbour are reopening on July 3 and 4.

The long-awaited reopening of the popular foodie markets will be low-key this weekend, with a larger celebration planned for July 17 and 19, in line with stage three of the easing of restrictions.

Make sure you bring your appetite, with more than 30 stalls on offer including old favourites and some new faces.

Bite Markets spokeswoman Danielle Jorgensen says the team is excited to be back and can’t wait to welcome locals and visitors.

“Come and enjoy the food and entertainment, with the whole family, and make sure you try something new and tasty,” she says.

“We are so proud of our local flavour makers for all returning to the markets and providing the community with delicious meals and treats.

“As a community, we would love to show our support and appreciation of these wonderful people.”

How it will work

The markets will be open every Friday and Saturday from 4pm-late. Admission is $3 adults, free for children 12 years and under.

It’s a government requirement that visitors sign in via COVID-19 tracing forms when they enter.

These are on singular pages, so your personal details will not be on display for others to see. Staff members will be on hand to answer any questions.

Each retailer will have hand sanitiser at their counter in addition to automatic dispensers throughout the markets.

Social distancing markers have been positioned throughout the markets to ensure the safety of the customers.

During this time, increased cleaning will be happening in high-touch-point areas and surfaces.

Bite Markets are at Nolan Drive, Morayfield.

Want more information? Head to the website.

Find out how you can support other businesses and the community via our blog.

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