Useful fast-food? It sounds like a tooth fairy has heard our most sacred dream and decided to fulfill it. Online company NUFF announced the opening of an offline-store. These wonderful people (wizards?) make our favorite fast food more healthy. So now you can eat one more chocolate without guilt. The store has biscuits, donates, brownies, which are baked from natural raw materials. Less calories and divine taste.

Since last year, products have been delivered to London 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Now, when NUFF has won the audience's love, it is time to open an offline-store. The festive program, in honor of this event, will be held on October 1st-8th at Shoreditch High Street. Guests are invited to see presentations of new dishes, such as Cleantella with a filling, as well as vegan dough tubes.

Kevin McLoughlin, CEO of the company, says that NUFF has big plans: "This is exactly what we always wanted to do. We have a great thing for the offline-store, much more grandiose than just selling food and drinks. We would like to offer a completely new culture of nutrition.This year we plan to open other pop-ups, they will be oriented to a long-term perspective. Maybe we will expand the project to other cities."

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A store of healthy fast-food

Useful fast-food? It sounds like a tooth fairy has heard our most sacred dream and decided to fulfill it. Online company NUFF announced the opening of an offline-store. These wonderful people (wizards?) make our favorite fast food more healthy. So now you can eat one more chocolate without guilt. The store has biscuits, donates, brownies, which are baked from natural raw materials. Less calories and divine taste.

Since last year, products have been delivered to London 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Now, when NUFF has won the audience's love, it is time to open an offline-store. The festive program, in honor of this event, will be held on October 1st-8th at Shoreditch High Street. Guests are invited to see presentations of new dishes, such as Cleantella with a filling, as well as vegan dough tubes.

Kevin McLoughlin, CEO of the company, says that NUFF has big plans: "This is exactly what we always wanted to do. We have a great thing for the offline-store, much more grandiose than just selling food and drinks. We would like to offer a completely new culture of nutrition.This year we plan to open other pop-ups, they will be oriented to a long-term perspective. Maybe we will expand the project to other cities."

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