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The Evening Standard on The Detox Kitchen
The Evening Standard on The Detox Kitchen
2nd Mar, 2016

“My target is ‘time poor’ office workers who want to grab something healthy and head back to their desks,” she said. “It’s not really so suited to residential areas where people come in for a leisurely lunch.

Read the full article on the Evening Standard website.

 

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