The Business Beat – Stoos News
Feta and Olives recently expanded from their Belleville location to Peterborough. Now located in both the Quinte Mall and Lansdowne Place, owner Nick Reed describes Feta and Olives as fast, fresh and healthy Mediterranean food, including gyros, donairs, salads, falafel, pita’s, souvlaki and more. You’ll find Feta and Olives in the food Court at Lansdowne Place, or all-over social media.
The Kawartha Buttertart Factory, located at the corner of County Road 4 and 28, next to the Douro Arena, recently expanded into a second location at 1135 Lansdowne Street, in the Parkway Plaza, near Shoeless Joes. Famous for their wide variety of delicious buttertarts, owner Cathy Smith and her team also specialize in apple fritters, cinnamon rolls, pies, squares and sweet loaves, as well as grab and go items. Check it out in person or online at thebuttertartfactory.com or on social media.
Rob Hatfield recently acquired the Eco Insulation franchise for the Peterborough area. Eco Insulation offers batt & poly, closed cell spray foams, and cellulose loose fibre blown-in insulation which can insulate, soundproof and waterproof your home. They can also provide removal of existing insulation with mold or water damage. Located at 1057 Highway 7 East Unit 18, in Peterborough, call (705) 868-4873 or visit ecoinsulation.ca
If you are looking for some tips and tricks on organizing your life, Community Futures has an upcoming webinar called Tips and Tricks for Organizing your Life! Nicole Cooke of Organized by Design will cover topics like; how clutter impacts your life, organizing your home, how to love your closet again! winning the battle with paperwork, “Drop Zones”, taking the stress out of relocating, and more. It’s a free online event on January 27 from Noon – 1. Register on Eventbrite or visit communityfuturespeterborough.ca or organizedbydesign.space