Unley Publications : Unley Life Winter 2017
16 When it comes to shopping local, the Unley community does it well. But the traders on Goodwood Road are taking the shop-local ethos to the next level, showing us that it’s not just important for consumers to support local business, but for local businesses to get behind each other and lead the way. At the centre of this shop local initiative is David Armstrong, local butcher and owner of Goodwood Quality Meats on Goodwood Road. “ T here are not many shopping strips like us left in Adelaide, so it’s impor tant for us to work together as a community to suppor t each other,” David says. “I work with many of the businesses on Goodwood Road. I supply meat to local eateries Trouble and Strife and Two Sisters Wine Bar. I also collaborate with the Goodwood Cellars to match our meat and their wine specials. You can subscribe to our Steak and Wine Club to receive recipes with our meat and their wines to match.” Trouble and Strife owner, Claire Lennon, believes suppor ting local is the key to providing the freshest produce possible for her customers. “ We really feel like a part of a community. We focus on fresh seasonal produce and local suppliers. All of our meat is from Goodwood Quality Meats and our fruit and vegetables are from Goodwood Fresh,” she says. If top quality, fresh produce and friendly service is at the top of your shopping list, make your way to Goodwood Road and get behind these local businesses. Subscribe to the Goodwood Quality Meats Steak and Wine Club at goodwoodqualitymeats.com and find your favorite local businesses at findyoureverything.com.au Local businesses collaborate “ There are not many shopping strips like us left in Adelaide, so it’s important for us to work together.” David Armstrong David Armstrong and Matt Spencer.
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