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Click for Vic to buy local and support Victorians

/ 24 Aug 2020

There has never been a more important time for Victorians to Click for Vic with a range of new digital marketplaces launched to provide local small businesses with an outlet to reach those in lockdown and beyond.   

From regional Victoria’s world class producers to the makers nestled in Melbourne’s laneways and diverse creators of the city’s eclectic neighbourhoods, the best of the state is only a click away.

Window shopping may be on hold for now but Victoria’s wineries, breweries, farms, fashion and design stores, gallery shops, bookstores and more are open for business with a range of home delivery options.

Food and drink is an important part of Victoria’s DNA and locals can keep spirits high with new online platforms such as online farmers market Victoria Country Market, home food service Providoor and digital retailer Co-Lab Pantry.

Victoria’s famed farmers markets have moved online with Victorian Country Market, a digital marketplace which replicates the traditional regional market offering and supports communities impacted by bushfires and challenges of COVID-19. The platform aggregates more than 250 local products, including fresh produce, drinks, arts, crafts and homewares.

Founded by celebrated Melbourne chef and owner of award winning Maha restaurant Shane Delia, Providoor has partnered with the city’s best restaurants to offer chef prepared, finish-at-home game changing delivery service.

Newly launched Co-Lab is an online retail hub offering high-end pantry staples, meals, drinks and experiences from Victoria’s most-loved restaurants, bars, cafes, brands and producers to customers across Australia.

Head to to start perusing some of Victoria’s amazing products and be inspired to liven the spirits of Victorians during lockdown 2.0.


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