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Heather Mills’ New Shop

Heather Mills opens a new food shop in Corby, UK under her brand Redwood Wholefood Company.

Vegetarian Heather Mills has opened a new Redwood Wholefood Company storefront in Corby, UK. The store will stock Redwood Wholefood Company’s products such as meat-free “rashers,” veggie sausages, turkey roasts, as well as Cheezly. The store will also sell Mills’ new cookbook LoveBites, for which all proceeds will be donated to Mills’ charities of choice. The new store is adjacent to the company’s food production factory, and the expanded space has created room for more production of Redwood Wholefood Company’s faux meats and cheeses. An official opening will take place in the new year.

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