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It’s all about “fresh” at Foodland Juice and Wellness Bar

March 12, 2021   ·   0 Comments

When the Tottenham Foodland went through an extensive renovation last year, they took the opportunity to increase the deli area by a considerable size.

In addition to adding more prepared foods and making the bakery larger, they added a new Health and Wellness Bar that prepares everything on site.

From freshly squeezed orange juice and apple juice to healthy smoothies made with fresh fruit and ingredients, the Wellness Bar provides a natural alternative to many sugar-laden drinks.

“We’re all about fresh,” said Foodland employee Mya Rella, as she poured a blueberry smoothie. “We do smoothies by order and it’s all freshly made. You can order and we make it fresh on the spot for you. We have a menu you can order from or we can customize smoothies for you as well. If you are dairy intolerant or have specific dietary restrictions, we make it fresh so we can be sure we don’t put dairy in it. We can add things like almond milk, oats, cinnamon, honey, and frozen yogurt.”

There is a variety of smoothies like strawberry/banana and blueberry muffin. You can ask for extra ingredients for your smoothies so you can really put a twist on what you like.

The fresh juice is squeezed on site daily and is as pure and natural as fruit juices can be.

“We have an orange juicer and an apple juicer,” Mya explained. “We make combinations like strawberry banana with an orange juice base. We have one called ‘fruit fantasy’ with strawberries and bananas. There’s one called ‘green grove’ that has kale, spinach, orange juice, and pineapple. We also have orange / pineapple. There’s different variations of the juices.”

The orange juice is made from Florida oranges and is 100 per cent natural.

Apple juice is also made naturally on site and you can extras like a dash of ginger for a little extra flavour.

If you believe in a healthy lifestyle and appreciate all-natural products, the Foodland Juice and Wellness Bar offers a natural alternative to mass produced food products.

By Brian Lockhart
Local Journalism Initiative Reporter



         


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