Coffee saga busted at Hunger Busters
HUNGER Busters is celebrating after operating restrictions were lifted last week.
Just one hour after the story went to print in last week’s Isis Town & Country, Hunger Busters owners Sharon and John Fisher received a phone call to say the ban was no longer in effect.
A petition to allow Hunger Busters to sell “coffee, cakes, desserts and confectionery” garnered 240 signatures from locals and visitors in a month.
The petition was started on January 7.
One customer, who identified herself only as Maria, said more than 100 people went into the store to eat but left when told they couldn’t have tea or coffee with their meal.
When asked about customers deserting them, the Fishers confirmed it happened and cited a group of 12 who went to Hunger Busters for a meal only to leave when they learned they could not be sold coffee.