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It’s All Natural Announces Relocation, New Business Model

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman It’s All Natural Announces Relocation, New Business Model
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Vegan food market It’s All Natural first opened its doors in October of 2013, selling vegetarian and vegan eco-friendly, organic products in Gahanna.

But, due to rising expense costs and rent, It’s All Natural’s owners will be moving to a new location at Ching Ter Maitreya Temple, 2891 E. Dublin-Granville Rd. The new location will be familiar to customers who have attended It’s All Natural’s Vegan Pop-Up Market.

With the change in venue, the market will also explore a new business model. It will begin operating for limited hours as a non-profit vegan grocery with a dim sum cafe, online ordering and pick up options, and possibly food delivery services.

Other exciting changes are on the horizon as well, says store owner Lee Ng.

“In the future, we will be offering vegan related educational classes such as vegan cooking class, vegan kids club, gardening class,” says Lee.

She says it has been great operating in Gahanna, as they have hosted several store events through the years, including their Vegan Ice Cream Social, Baked Goods Pop-Up, and Plant-Based Food Truck Day, among other events. It’s All Natural will continue to host the Vegan Pop-Up Market, and Lee says the store will possibly hold it monthly instead of quarterly in 2019.
 
It’s All Natural is aiming for a late fall opening, and customers can expect a “vegan launch party” in celebration of the opening.
 
For more information on It’s All Natural, visit itsall-natural.com, or follow on Facebook for updates.

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