Regional NSW company Snowy Mountains Cookies is pivoting their business to find new customers for over 200,000 cookies after Covid-19 resulted in suppliers cancelling cookie orders.
Based in the alpine town of Jindabyne, Snowy Mountains Cookies has suffered yet another blow as the area still battles to recover from the devastating bushfires earlier this year.
The business has the capacity to make up to 1.2 tonnes of dough to produce up to 50,000 cookies per day, but this machinery has since come to a stern halt.
With 70 per cent of the business’ sales focussed on the airline industry, it was heavily affected when airline routes were reduced due to government regulations.
“Like our fantastic airlines partners, we too have suffered immensely due to the reduced flying schedules,” Co-Founder Nolen Oayda said. “We value our airline partners support in creating Snowy Mountains Cookies into what it is today and are greatly looking forward to being back in the air together soon.”