It's a Slow Food Earth Market in a pandemic-engulfed world.
Market farmers and producers have turned to online platforms to help sell their fresh food to shoppers and put money in their pockets.
The lack of physical contact this method offers is helping to stop the spread of Coronavirus and ensure farmers can keep doing what they do best on their farms.
Social media channel Facebook has become an essential resource in this effort.
Food bundles are being advertised and shoppers are contacting individual stallholders to arrange payment and pick up.
Measures have been put in place to ensure there is minimal contact when shoppers stop by to collect their goods.
Strategies include customers staying in their car, with the windows up, while the farmer places the food in the boot.
This week Oakhampton's Austin Breiner offered a $20 farmer's basket containing a dozen eggs from his chooks, beans, pumpkin and mixed herbs.
Shoppers could also add watermelon, kale and a variety of cucumbers to their order.
Meanwhile, small-scale grower Melissa Fogarty is offering a $10 bundle that includes 200g of beans, spring onions, bunch of radishes, a zucchini, eggplant and capsicums.
The Medowie woman is also allowing shoppers to add other items such as radishes, herbs and garlic.
Slow Food Earth Market chairwoman Amorelle Dempster praised farmers for being resilient in these challenging times.
She said all stallholders had agreed meeting in The Levee for the usual market, which would have taken place yesterday, was too risky for everyone involved.
"We need to flatten the curve and we all need to do our bit to make that happen, us included," she said.
The online experience is not a new model for some.
Matthew and Liam Dennis have been advertising produce boxes on their Facebook page for some time now.
They too have put strict measures in place to ensure there is limited contact with shoppers who are buying a box.
Ms Dempster said work was underway to create a drive-through Slow Food Earth Market in The Levee.
She was hopeful it could be operational for the next earth market on Thursday, April 16.
How will this work?
Ms Dempster said shoppers would order a box of vegetables online and pre-pay for it before they picked it up at a certain time. She said measures would be put in place to limit contact between shoppers and volunteers.
She also emphasised that items from all of the earth market producers would be put together to make up the box.