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Little Local Co.

In excellent news for travellers, Amy and Neil Chinsami will soon open the doors of their second Little Local Co café in Tailem Bend, this time on the highway, offering meals as well as their signature coffee and sweet treats.

The business is rapidly ramping up from its origins as a coffee cart, with its Railway Terrace coffee shop only opening last December.

Amy says the RDA and the local community has really embraced them, and given them a lot of support.

After taking part in RDA’s Producers in Residence pop up at the Central Markets, Amy joined the business network Farm to Fork, which has been “getting our name out there with all of their connections and social media.”

It’d be tough to keep this gem a secret, with Little Local Co’s product, service and passion rivalling the highest quality cafés in Adelaide.

“A lot of people plan their coffee stops along the drive, and now we’re one of them,” says Amy.

Amy is Ngarrindjeri, and sources local ingredients to infuse their chocolates, tarts and Golden Wattle cold brew.

Amy says to expect “a little more of the native ingredients” in the new café’s menu.

Follow Amy and Neil Chinsami on Instagram @little_local_co

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