I hope you'll agree that Liverpool and its people are taken a keener interest in health & wellness in all of its forms of late.
It's been a long road for many of us in Liverpool treading the wellness and spiritual path (I think they go hand in hand), but we at Matta's had a vision many years ago to bring you a more health-aligned range of products and we promise you that what you currently shop for with us is just the beginning.
We've always thought that the most positive action to take when you have a passion for something that is missing in your home city is to provide it for everyone yourselves. And that's what we're doing.
We're also bringing more of Matta's to the outside world taking part in many events rather than just expecting people to visit our shop (actually we never expected anyone to visit, just hoped).
So what exactly are we doing as one solution to you wanting more of a wellness experience when you go food shopping in Liverpool?
Well, tomorrow, we'll be at Liverpool's Healthy Souls Festival, a first for the city and we'll be participating with our popular Jackfruit curry, surrounded by like-minded people in a character-filled setting in St. Luke's Church.
We're also taking part because we want to be seen as part of a hub of healthy companies and organisations showing and sharing with Liverpool that there's a healthy alternative.
We've been actively doing this having set up Team Wellness Mattas recently on facebook as part of our strategy and already have attracted hundreds of members...here's the proof: www.facebook.com/groups/wellbeingmattas/?ref=bookmarks
"We've always thought that the most positive action to take when you have a passion for something that is missing in your home city is to provide it for everyone yourselves."
And, it gets better.
Word has it in our close-knit village that demand for tomorrow's Festival is strong with lots of the stalls on offer hotly anticipated! Here's why and it's just £3 & £1 admission for adults & children:
We'd love to see you there...
The Matta Family
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