Bulahdelah Oliver’s Real Food now officially open

Keahne Hurtado, Carly Jacobsen, Abby Herder and Maddison Boyd.
Keahne Hurtado, Carly Jacobsen, Abby Herder and Maddison Boyd.

 

AFTER a much anticipated wait, Oliver’s recently opened its latest store at Bulahdelah in time for the busy holiday period.

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With a team of 15 local staff, there were plenty of familiar faces when the first customers came through the doors at 6am on the opening day of trade.

Oliver’s Business Development Manager Lori Thompson said the new jobs will have a positive impact on the local community.

“We have mainly hired young people, so it helps support youth employment opportunities and economy in Bulahdelah,” she said.

“It is not just about us as a business, we are also here as part of the community.”

Lori said community engagement will include providing sponsorship opportunities wherever possible.

To mark the official opening on 21 December, store manager Jodie McCosker cut a ribbon with the assistance of members of the Oliver’s Real Food cycling team.

Several local residents also popped in the evening before the doors officially opened for a sneak peak of the renovated café.

“Everyone in Bulahdelah has been wonderful in their support,” Lori told News Of The Area.

With many travellers already aware of the Oliver’s brand, it is hoped that the organic food chain will be another drawcard to attract motorist off the highway.

Oliver’s founder and CEO Jason Gunn said the town is an excellent destination for travellers to rest and relax.

“Bulahdelah has long been a famous stopping point for travellers heading north out of Sydney and the gateway to the Myall Lakes district, one of the state’s largest coastal lake systems,” he said.

Bulahdelah Oliver’s is the 26th store in the chain.

 

Store manager Jodie McCosker cuts the ribbon with members of Oliver’s Real Food cycling team to mark the official opening.
Store manager Jodie McCosker cuts the ribbon with members of Oliver’s Real Food cycling team to mark the official opening.

 

Manager Robyn Richards, Oliver’s Real Food cyclists Carsten Chapman, Kai Chapman, Campbell Jones and Sam Layzell with store manager Jodie McCosker.
Manager Robyn Richards, Oliver’s Real Food cyclists Carsten Chapman, Kai Chapman, Campbell Jones and Sam Layzell with store manager Jodie McCosker.

 

Oliver’s Business Development Manager Lori Thompson at the new Bulahdelah store.
Oliver’s Business Development Manager Lori Thompson at the new Bulahdelah store.

 

Bulahdelah locals Alan and Jess Smith were amongst the first customers at the new store.
Bulahdelah locals Alan and Jess Smith were amongst the first customers at the new store.

 

Roger and Judy Dixon with Glenn and Shirley Martin at the opening of the new store.
Roger and Judy Dixon with Glenn and Shirley Martin at the opening of the new store.

 

Oliver’s Real Food cyclists Carsten Chapman, Kai Chapman, Campbell Jones and Sam Layzell at the opening of new Bulahdelah store.
Oliver’s Real Food cyclists Carsten Chapman, Kai Chapman, Campbell Jones and Sam Layzell at the opening of new Bulahdelah store.

 

Bulahdelah is the 26th store in the Oliver’s chain.
Bulahdelah is the 26th store in the Oliver’s chain.

 

One thought on “Bulahdelah Oliver’s Real Food now officially open

  1. This joint is a joke. They have no interesr in serving anything other than food off the shelf. and no consideration is given for people with allegies. I am dairy allergic and will not be visiting Olivers again. The staff care factor was zero

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