Rowes supermarkets in the Northern Territory are a little less crowded than some others in Australia’s north.
But, as they say, if you can afford it, you’ll want to head to the northern end.
The Northern Territory is the third-largest state in the country after Queensland and Tasmania.
In fact, it is home to just over 6,000 people, according to the Department of Agriculture.
It’s a bit of a rarity for a state like the NT.
But that’s where the real bargains are.
Rowes has a number of local grocers and a number, like the family-run Canna Bazaar in Goulburn, also in the NT, that sell a variety of products.
Here’s what to expect at a typical weekend.
Saturday: 8:00am to 10:00pm Rowes supermarket in Gower, NT, which is owned by the Canna family.
The store offers a wide range of produce, dairy, eggs, meats, cheeses, jams, jams and jam-jars.
Sunday: 1:00 to 4:00 pm Rowes, Gower and nearby Lismore, NT have a large selection of fresh produce.
There are also lots of locally grown fruits and vegetables.
The fruit and vegetable section is full of the usual items like bananas, oranges, mangoes and tomatoes.
They even have some items you won’t find at most supermarkets: frozen produce and bread.
The food section has a selection of snacks, including the usual fruit and fruit and veggie sandwiches.
Prices range from $1.50 for a bag of bananas to $4.50 per bag.
There’s also a selection, though, of prepared foods.
These include fresh vegetables and fruit salads, salads, sandwiches, and baked goods.
It is recommended that you bring your own utensils.
Monday: 10:30am to 4pm The Gower Canna supermarket in the Territory, which offers a variety and variety of food items.
Prices for food items range from about $1 to $8.50.
Tuesday: 10am to 1pm Lismoroo, in the same suburb of Gower as the Cottesloe supermarket, has a wide selection of produce.
It also has a range of prepared and frozen products.
Prices start at $1 for produce, ranging from about 1 kg to about 4kg.
Wednesday: 1pm to 4.30pm The family-owned Canna Bakery in Lismorie, NT has a large variety of produce and dairy products.
Thursday: 10.30am-1pm The Lismoris in the village of Lismoria has a variety in produce and a good selection of dairy products including eggs and dairy.
Friday: 1.30-2pm The Canna in Listoria has many of the produce from around the country.
Saturday, Sunday and Monday: 12 noon to 3pm The Bays, the family run supermarket in Liscann in the Central Highlands, is where it all begins.
There you’ll find everything from bread, cakes, and jams to fresh fruits and vegetable, including some of the biggest names in fruit and vegetables: grapes, apples, bananas, plums, apricots, pears and more.
The produce section has been updated with a lot more produce, with a wide variety of fruits and produce.
Prices will vary depending on the produce you choose.
They are $2.50-4.00 per kilo.
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday: 12:30pm to 5.30 pm The Cotterell in Gurnee is also a favourite of many people in the region.
There is a wide choice of fruits, vegetables and baked good.
Prices are $1-2 per kilomole, depending on size.
There may be some items available for a small price.
Saturday and Sunday: 10 am to 5 pm The Liscannona supermarket in Cottellarra has a good variety of fresh fruits, but there are also many other things to do, including fish, snails, crabs, prawns, and more, all of which are available for purchase.
Prices of these items are $3.50 to $5 per kilogram.
Monday and Wednesday: 12 pm to 5pm The Fannies in the town of Gurny has a diverse selection of fruits.
Prices can vary depending upon the product you buy.
The price ranges from about 30 cents per kilofruit to $25 per kilometre.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 12 am to 6 pm The Wannies is the family’s main supermarket in Kewa, a town in the Lismora Valley, about 10km north of Goulboe, NT.
There, you can find a wide array of produce including vegetables, fruit, fish, nuts, eggs and more and a wide assortment of meats and other foods.
Prices have been updated.
Saturday-Sunday: 12.30 am