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The Apple Spice Café and Juice Bar now open at new Shrewsbury location

By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor

Shrewsbury selectman Henry Fitzgerald, UMass Medical School student Zach Demma, owner Kim Ferguson, Shrewsbury selectman Moira Miller, and Karen Chapman, president of the Corridor Nine Area Chamber of Commerce  Photo/Jennifer Roy

Shrewsbury selectman Henry Fitzgerald, UMass Medical School student Zach Demma, owner Kim Ferguson, Shrewsbury selectman Moira Miller, and Karen Chapman, president of the Corridor Nine Area Chamber of Commerce
Photo/Jennifer Roy

Shrewsbury – Local municipal and business leaders joined owner Kim Ferguson June 25 to celebrate the grand opening of the Apple Spice Café and Juice Bar at its new location, 100 Boston Turnpike.

The restaurant was formerly known as Apple Spice Junction and was located in a different part of Shrewsbury. The new location is on busy route 9, adjacent to White City Plaza and next to Planet Fitness.

Ferguson said she was excited to be able to share with her patrons a wide variety of healthy foods. ?On the menu are sandwiches, entrees featuring meat or chicken, shakes, juices, and much more.

“We use 100 percent fruits and vegetables, and there are no additives,” Ferguson said. “We have healthy breakfast, lunch and dinner options.”

“We can help you with your catering needs too, whether you have just a few or thousands,” she added.

Moria Miller, the vice chair of the Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen, noted that it was “great that Kim relocated to this spot, staying in Shrewsbury.”

“It's wonderful to have a place with not only healthy choices but also tasty options,” she added.

Also in attendance was Zach Demma, a second year medical student from UMass Medical School and a member of WooFood, a group of students that works with local restaurants to help them integrate healthy, delicious food into their menus.

For more information visit www.applespice.com/location/shrewsbury-mass or call 508-792-0051.

 

 

 

 

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