Mata­mata gets new juice bar

Matamata Chronicle - - Your Paper, Your Place - REXINE HAWES

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.

The busi­ness is look­ing staff. for

Re­de­vel­op­ment is of­fer­ing busi­nesses new choices in Mata­mata.

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