Eating healthy should be a way of life
— Ana Ivkosic, Founder and CEO, Wattle Cafe
NEW YORK, NY, USA, April 9, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — — Wattle Cafe FIDI, the Australian-inspired women-owned wellness brand known for creating foods with simple whole ingredients, is relaunching its location at 19 Rector Street. Our store is run by our dedicated manager, Eric, and we’ve created an amazing coffee program that will enhance our menu of healthy foods.
After taking over space from another iconic Australian brand, Boundless Plains, Wattle Cafe has moved into its new home with an expanded food menu. Our goal is to maintain a space that invites locals for food and coffee, made only from wholesome whole ingredients. The majority of our suppliers are local, many of which are also women-owned businesses.
As a brand inspired by the Australian roots of our founders, our dishes are made from simple, whole ingredients. Wattle’s mission is to nourish, so we’ve worked to create a menu that spotlights those ingredients. No dish is made with more than a handful of ingredients and each can be easily recognized. Some of the amazing ingredients we use include maca root, cocoa, blue algae, turmeric, nuts and acai. Oh and did we mention we only use organic maple syrup.
“Food is more than something we consume, but rather it should be recognized as supporting a longer and healthier life. I believe that eating well should be a way of life rather than a diet. – Ana Ivkosic, Founder & CEO, Wattle Cafe
For more information on which products to purchase and to learn more about Wattle Cafe, please visit www.wattlecafe.com.
About Wattle Cafe
Founded by Australian Ana Ivkosic, former international banker turned health coach, Wattle’s mission is to make simple, healthy foods inspired by Australian roots, accessible to the community. Cafe locations: 9 Rector St, New York, 519 3rd Ave, New York and 351 Marin Boulevard, Jersey City. Some of Wattle’s favorite snacks can also be purchased online at https://www.wattlecafe.com. Wattle Cafe is a local business run by migrant women that started in New York in 2017.
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