A COROWA microbakery is delivering Easter goodies along the border as it adapts to the coronavirus crisis.
Flourish Sourdough Bakery will offer hot cross buns for delivery to people from Corowa to Cobram this week.
Flourish Sourdough Bakery founder and owner Kylie Ferguson said their wholesale business and trade had dried up as cafes and community markets closed in line with public health orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
"We had to think outside the box to stay in business," she said.
"We launched on Cookaborough this morning to automate the ordering process."
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Based in a shipping container microbakery for the past three years, Ms Ferguson and her partner Troy Briggs make sourdough specialties such as Danish pastries, almond croissants and bread (pumpkin, olive, white and wholemeal blend).
Menus will go on cookaborough.com on Mondays for deliveries on Thursdays.
Easter orders are due by 4pm on Tuesday.
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