If you’re a Sunshine Coast local, then you’ve probably heard of health food store turned deli and coffee shop, Get Fresh. They garnered quite the following while operating in Cotton Tree, and if you love them as much as we do, you were probably very sad to see their beloved store close.
Well, cry no more friends, because they’ve just opened a new and improved shopfront in Mooloolaba’s newly refurbished wharf precinct on Parkyn Parade. Yes, Get Fresh is back in business, offering more local, organic and sustainably-sourced produce and dry goods, than ever before.
Family owned and operated, Get Fresh is run by husband and wife duo John and Kylee, and their children, making it the ultimate success story. John and Kylee’s passion for food comes from wanting to source and provide the high-quality produce they strive to feed their own children.
Making sure all their products are the best quality is what Get Fresh does best, with a team of devoted employees working hard to discover the best seasonal products on the Sunshine Coast, often handpicking fruits and vegetables from local crops themselves. Not only can you pick up all your fruits and veggies here, but you can also buy dairy and meat products from their delicious deli.
Oh, and that’s not all. You’ll also find ready-made eats from their extensive deli cabinet, which is always full of fresh sandwiches, wraps and salads. Plus, they whip up a bunch of great-for-you juices and smoothies, as well as perfectly brewed coffees.
Get Fresh’s fit-out is just as impressive as their food offerings. Combining countless rows of bowls overflowing with fresh produce, fridges stocked with local cheeses and yoghurts, hanging feature lights and crisp white paintwork; it’s the perfect mix of industrial and coastal vibes. Basically, this place is your one-stop, good-looking shop for all things healthy and delicious.
So, whether you’re after your weekly groceries or just popping in for a sandwich and some Kombucha, the folks at Get Fresh have you covered. And this time, they’re here to stay.
While you're in Mooloolaba, save time and room in your stomach for a visit to Rice Boi.
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