Delano Specialty Coffee in North Wollongong is still open for takeaway and delivery.
Georgia Cigana said the cafe and roastery in Montague St remain open from 7am to 2pm for takeaway coffees and take home fresh coffee beans.
"Customers can also get delicious coffee beans and brewing equipment delivered to their door via our online store at www.delanocoffee.com.au," Ms Cigana said.
Ms Cigana said the business has been severely impacted by the downturn in hospitality trade as a result of COVID-19.
And is introducing a new service.
"We supplied coffee to almost 100 independent small venues in the Illawarra and part of NSW," she said.
"The majority of these have closed their doors, so we have refocused on coffee for the home market.
"We are starting a local contactless delivery service, where local customers can order their coffee beans online and we will do quick delivery, contact free.
"And we are also currently offering free shipping for all orders over $40 across Australia".
The Illawarra Mercury has launched a Taking Care of Business campaign.
Each day we will highlight a local business who is adapting or evolving to be able to keep operating under these trying times.
If you know of a business adapting, please send us an email titled Taking Care of Business to email@example.com.
We have also put a call out and will run a list of cafes, restaurants and clubs who are offering takeaway or delivery on our Facebook page. If you know of an outlet now offering home delivery or takeaway, please let us know and add it to the list.
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