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Greenmouth Offers Healthy Food Options, Support and Education

Greenmouth will host healthy kids workshops this fall. Sarah Hinsch and Stephanie Borzio, both mothers and Integrative Nutrition Health Coaches, will lead attendees through four different classes that incorporate healthy nutrition into our homes.

The wide variety of menu options are made with high-quality organic ingredients, sourced locally when possible. Cold-pressed juices, superfood smoothies, delicious sandwiches, salads, seasonal soups and more are all prepared fresh to order.

“Greenmouth is more than just an organic café. While the menu is expansive, and you will have plenty of options when you come dine with us, we also offer more than nutrient-packed food and drinks,” notes owner Sarah Hinsch, a certified health and wellness coach. “At Greenmouth, you will find a community of people that offer support, guidance, and love. Whether it is at our healthy happy hours each month, various community events that we attend and support, or private catering affairs, health and wellness are our priority.”

Workshop admission is free. See calendar of events for dates. Greenmouth Table is located at 134 N. 2nd St., Easton. For more information, call 484-560-5136. Greenmouth Juice Café is located at 21 N. 7th St., Allentown. For more information, call 610-810-8302 or visit GreenmouthJuiceCafe.com.

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