AN ALBURY purveyor of raw desserts will continue to evolve in a larger CBD premises over winter.
Buoyed by rising demand for takeaway food during the coronavirus pandemic, Nine Canaries will move to Olive Street from its Dean Street shop ahead of schedule.
Lisa Ryan started Nine Canaries more than two years ago to supply vegan-friendly raw desserts - free of refined sugars, dairy, soy and gluten - to Border clients.
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Ms Ryan said she had expanded into lunch dishes, baked goods and wholesale trade, outgrowing the shop space in the past 12 months.
She said she had weathered the COVID-19 storm because she was essentially set up for takeaway service.
"Coronavirus made us stronger than ever as it forced me to move the business much quicker than I had planned," she said.
"The location has been a great stepping stone for the business, which will soon offer a sit-down menu."
Nine Canaries will reopen at 556 Olive Street during August.
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