Cafe makes smooth move

Latest product takes business in a whole, new direction

The staff and owners of Parksville’s Cha Ch’a Java will introduce smoothies.

Cha Ch’a Java is adding a new, natural line of healthy, great tasting smoothies, juices and boosters to better serve the community and visitors of Parksville.

Cha Ch’a Java is raising the bar by introducing completely all-natural whole-food smoothies to their existing line of vegan and vegetarian options. Cha Ch’a Java, is a locally-owned organic café. Owners Melody and Campbell Evans, bought the establishment in 2009. Since they took over, they have taken the café to new heights, serving healthy lunch options, becoming a solid lunch spot for the community and visitors alike.

“The next step for us is a smoothie and juice bar,” said Melodie. “We do not currently have a smoothie or juice bar in Parksville and we know that people drive to the next town to get a good nutritious smoothie (us included).”

In the next few weeks, the café will be equipped with the most natural whole-food products that can make exactly what the members of the community need, when they need it. Cha Ch’a Java is training their staff on proper nutrition and promoting to their community the importance of eating properly to achieve a better quality of life.

They are very excited to be able to offer educational components and natural food products that are going to help their community achieve their goals and live well.

 

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