Matamata gets new juice bar
A well known juice bar, originally created by Waikato locals will soon be opening in Matamata.
Tank Juice Bar will open it’s doors to the community next month in Arawa Street.
It is one of 11 stores in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty.
Matamata Public Relations Association Sue Whiting is very happy to see a well known business come to Matamata and create job opportunities.
‘‘It is extremely pleasing to see that Tank has identified Mata- mata as a great place to set up another one of their successful businesses.
‘‘The Matamata PRA welcomes all new businesses to our town as they offer employment opportunities for our locals.’’
Tank offers juices, smoothies, salads and wraps, which are made on premises using fresh ingredients that are high in fibre, protein and antioxidants.
Waikato/BoP store owners Michael Nooyen and Jasmine Steiner are excited to bring Tank into the community and offer the area a healthy food option.
‘‘We believe in our product and that there is a market for it,’’ says Nooyen.
‘‘We frequently travel through Matamata and we really like it. There is a really good vibrancy in Matamata and Tank is a vibrant product.’’
A new menu will roll out with the opening of the store in Matamata, which will be available in the other stores too.
Nooyen says it has more of a focus on paleo as well as cleaner, greener raw plant based options and meals using free range chicken and eggs.
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Redevelopment is offering businesses new choices in Matamata.