New Year, New You?
If you want to get healthier this year, you might be pleased to hear that two new nutrition-focused cafes opened in South Jersey, one in Moorestown and another in Palmyra.
Moorestown Nutrition (115 West Main Street in Moorestown) opened in October and Top Notch Spot (537 Cinnaminson Avenue) opened most recently in January.
Both cafes serve smoothies, shakes, energy drinks, juices, and coffees (hot or iced). Top Notch Spot also serves a small menu of breakfast-centric food items such as donuts, waffles, and smoothie bowls all of which boast high protein and low-calorie counts.
Moorestown Nutrition is owned by Erica and Steven Koehl, who’s been in the Air Force for 13 years, and live on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. They opened Easthampton Nutrition at 1307 Woodlane Road in Westhampton, NJ last year and plan to open Westampton Nutrition later this month at 897 Rancocas Road in Westhampton, NJ.
Since opening in Easthampton, the Koehl’s sold the business to Caly and Timm Williams. Once up and running, Bob and Lori Kirkpatrick will be the sole owners of the Westhampton location.
The Koehl’s love giving back to the community. During Christmas, they fundraised for a local charity, Camp No Worries.
Top Notch Spot in Palmyra is a family-owned business operated by Jensy Urena and his wife Yahaira Pena, who noticed that there were not too many spots for healthy eats in the area. The location, formerly Mama’s Cookies and Love, Live, Donuts before that, is kid-friendly.
If you’re looking to be more health-conscious this year, check out these two new nutrition-focused cafes in South Jersey.
Marilyn is a freelance writer covering the food and drink scene of South Jersey. You can find more of her writing on Philly Grub and NewsBreak.