South Adelaide team up with Something Wild Australia
South Adelaide Football Club is pleased to announce a new partnership with another flourishing South Australian business, Something Wild.
The partnership will see Something Wild, Australia's first Indigenous owned native greens, game and traditional meat provider, supply produce for the Panthers licensed venue Jimmy Deane's.
"We are very excited to partner with Something Wild and look forward to seeing their Indigenous produce served in our bistro," said South Adelaide Chief Executive Officer, Neill Sharpe.
"Something Wild are another like-minded and proudly South Australian business, who in fact have already joined forces with another partner of ours in Fleurieu Milk Company, and we are proud to continue our commitment to fostering relationships with local businesses."
Located at Stall 55 in the Adelaide Central Market, Something Wild is a must-visit destination to experience true Australian outback products available right in the heart of Adelaide.
They specialise in kangaroo, wild boar, goat, rabbits, crocodile, wild and farmed venison, buffalo and many more specialty products including native greens, herbs and spices.
Something Wild are at the forefront of supplying Indigenous food to restaurants and consumers around Australia.
They have built strong relationships with Indigenous communities giving them the privilege of being able to promote and supply unique produce from one of the world's oldest cultures.
Not only does this provide Something Wild's customers with the opportunity to experience these products that celebrate Indigenous culture, but it also provides positive opportunities and outcomes for many rural Indigenous communities.