Fresh vegetables, fruit and meat available on digital markets,



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Atmosfera na splitskom pazaru u vrijeme korona virusa. Prodaja voca i povrca odvija se normalno iako su standovi slabije popunjeni. Od danas zabranjena prodaja cvijeca.
Na fotografiji: zastitne maske nose i prodavaci i kupci
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Tom Dubravec / CROPIX

Open market in Split before it was closed down because of corona virus

Fresh vegetables, fruit and meat at the time of the coronavirus epidemic and closed farmers' markets are easiest to obtain via online farmers' markets, the Vecernji List daily of Thursday reports.

"A small basket of one week's supplies HRK 120, a big one HRK 220, free delivery within a radius of five kilometres from the Jarun farmers' market" - reads one in a number of advertisements by more resourceful family farm owners who have organised quickly via web portals and social networks after farmers' markets were closed in a bid to curb the spreading of the disease.

Around 10,000 family farms have been affected by the closing down of farmers' markets and an estimated 1,500 sold their products at Zagreb's farmers' markets alone.

Certified farmers selling their produce at Osijek's farmers' market have almost overnight started deliveries via and

Solidarna Eko Grupa Osijek will be delivering farmers' produce every Friday to clients registered with the platform, and fruit, vegetables, meat, cheese, wine and other products can also be bought via the online farmers' market of Vukovar-Srijem County.

The southern town of Vrgorac, too, has launched a digital farmers' market, with more than 450 family farms offering their produce.

The other online platforms are; Zagreb Zdravo za gotovo; Zeleni Kastav and Primorsko-goranska kašetica (Rijeka); and Od grunta do stola and (Facebook).

The BurzaHrane portal from Sesvete, outside Zagreb, which connects producers and buyers, has in the last four days seen a marked increase in the number of family farms advertising their products, Vecernji List says.

The Konzum retailer said on Thursday that it would purchase fruit and vegetables from small domestic farmers who had sold their produce at farmers' markets.