This FACT indicates the proportion of fresh produce markets per 100,000 persons that operate within each Australian capital. A farmers' or produce market consists of individual vendors who set up stalls or stands, outdoors or indoors, to sell produce, meat products, fruits and, sometimes, prepared foods and beverages. The city with the highest number of fresh food markets is Darwin, at 4.385 per 100,000 persons. In comparison, the second highest is Hobart at 0.899. The city with the lowest proportion is Melbourne, with 0.111 fresh produce markets per 100,000.