Holland & Barrett to replace Burton in St Neots

14:51 20 January 2014

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Health food retailer Holland & Barrett is set to have a store in St Neots High Street, creating six jobs.

It will open in the former Burton ­menswear store on January 29 and will sell a range of healthy food as well as ethical products such as ­natural skincare, make-up and aromatherapy products which are free of chemical additives.

There will be a pick and mix stall of fruit, nuts and seeds, and a mix-and-go bar for sports enthusiasts to purchase protein shakes.

Shoppers will also be able to talk to staff in a ­consultation area about the latest health foods for special diets, including recommendations for ­vegetarians, vegans, and those who are diabetic or suffer from Coeliac disease.

Holland & Barrett’s group brand manager Emma Hobbs said: “We look forward to welcoming new customers to our latest store and hope to become the destination of choice for high quality, healthy, natural products at ­excellent prices.”

Burton meanswear closed in October.

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  • Well done St Neots town Council! Don't worry yourself about poor old Ray who has been running a small independent health food shop in the town for years and years... you really are useless and don't listen to what WE actually want on OUR high street. may as well put a Buffoon in charge - oh, too late

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    JJP

    Tuesday, January 21, 2014

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