A fitness foodie is preparing to serve up a range healthy treats with the launch of a new business in Helston.
Natasha Mossayebi-Maclean has combined her appetite for health and fitness with a love of great tasting foods to create a new eating experience at The Coffee Hut in Coinagehall Street.
Based alongside Andy Barbers, the new eatery offers vegan friendly, gluten free snacks with no added sugar along with dairy free, diabetic and vegan options.
Natasha, 32, prides herself in using all natural ingredients free from artificial sweeteners, preservatives and chemicals and hopes the new business proves a hit.
She said: “In the past, my addiction to sugar was affecting my health so I decided to cut it out of my diet completely, yet found it hard to find healthier sugar free treats which weren’t packed full of chemicals or nasty sweeteners.
“This led to me baking my own delicious healthy snacks which I sold to customers through my new online store, myhealthcornwall.co.uk.
After finding it difficult to buy healthy and exciting lunches in the town, Natasha decided to take the plunge and open a new café for customers looking for a healthy alternative.
“Items on the menu include wraps, salads, soups and smoothies using locally sourced ingredients, including meat from Dales Butchers, with a few Persian dishes. I am really excited to be cooking and baking using fresh produce from local suppliers. And last but definitely not least, we will also be serving great tasting coffee from growing brand, The Rogue Coffee Company.”
The Coffee Hut’s grand opening launch day will take place on Saturday, with free coffee, bubbles and tasters available from 12pm to 4pm. The business will be open weekly from Thursday to Saturday.