Health food fans in Hackney’s De Beauvoir Town are in for a treat when new healthy eating store and takeaway The Cure opens on Southgate Road on Tuesday, February 5th 2019.
Owned by the man behind local favourite De Beauvoir Deli, The Cure will stock a selection of fresh fruit, vegetables, salads and superfoods, as well as having a gluten free bakery counter and a wide range of vegan and gluten free groceries.
In a bid to reduce waste packaging, there will be an assortment of cereals, nuts, seeds and dried goods, for which customers can bring their own refillable jars or containers.
The Cure will also offer a range of freshly made juices, smoothies, coffees, teas and salads from its café, all to either take away or enjoy in the cosy seating area.
Harry Davies, owner and founder of The Cure and De Beauvoir Deli Co., explained:
There was more that I wanted to offer at the deli, but didn’t have the space to bring my plans to fruition. I had started looking at commercial property elsewhere, but when this unit came up across the road I jumped at the chance as it’s just so convenient.
“The De Beauvoir Deli and The Cure are designed to complement each other, The Cure for those looking for a healthy option, the deli for those who want something more indulgent. I can envisage teams from the nearby offices popping out, half for a treat from the deli and half to The Cure for a salad or smoothie.”
Four new full-time staff members have been employed at The Cure, with Josh Hunnisett, the longest standing employee at the deli and well-known face in the community, taking up the general manager role.
The retail units for both the deli and The Cure are owned by the Benyon Estate.
Edward Benyon, Estate Manager, said:
There’s a real appetite for healthy and low-waste products at the moment, so we’re sure The Cure will be a huge success. We’re extremely pleased that Harry has decided to stay with the Benyon Estate and wish him every success in his new venture.”
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