Customer Spotlight: Apoteca, Eatonton, GA

Written by Cafe Campesino on Aug 1, 2005 in Customer Spotlight, NEWSLETTER |
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Café Campesino is truly pleased to feature our friends at Apoteca, located about an hour southeast of Atlanta, in this month’s Fair Grounds Customer Spotlight. Apoteca, a natural body care and supplement shop, opened this past Spring in the Lake Oconee area. It is unique in that all products meet European standards for safety and efficacy, standards that are far higher than those mandated by the US FDA. “We have already done the homework, so customers can walk through the door and feel good about our product choices,” says Stacey Johnson. The strict ingredient guidelines led Apoteca to stock many European and Pacific Island lines, including Dr. Hauschka, Lavera, Logona, Weleda, Bod, Trilogy and Decleor. Vitamins are also carefully screened so that they contain no artificial colors, flavors, preservatives or fillers.

Additionally, Apoteca makes an effort to carry products from companies that are environmentally and socially responsible, a philosophy that led them to Café Campesino Fair Trade coffees. All teas carried are Fair Trade and they are also considering the addition of Fair Trade chocolate.

“We have really enjoyed educating customers on Fair Trade business practices,” commented Brynn Horne, Apoteca associate. People love to sample the Café Campesino coffees in the store, and they are always impressed with the quality and aromas.”

If you are anywhere near Atlanta, we recommend making a visit to Apoteca, located at 114 Harmony Crossing, Suite 3, Eatonton, GA 31204. Their telephone number is 706-923-0330.

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