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New Business – Papermill Nutrition

Papermill Nutrition is located at 5911 Kingston Pike in the Food City Bearden Center. Papermill Nutrition is a new business offering fresh-made shakes, teas and coffees as “healthy options”.

The shop offers more than 80 flavors of shakes, and more than 100 flavors of teas. Ted and Kristy Phillips of Norris, are the owners of the store and they stated the business opened last August and has since then been growing with customers. They sell loaded teas, a variety of protein shakes that are meal-replacements and high-protein iced coffees. All of the drinks are low-sugar, low-carb and Keto-friendly. Ted and Kristy both come from the education field. Kristy has now decided to focus on health and fitness and living a healthier lifestyle. Ted can often be found helping out around the store, but is a business owner of 2 additional businesses. In their spare time you will find them enjoying time with their two sons Brady and Logan. 

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