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Mary-anns Eatery

About

In 1991 Mary-Ann and Mark Shearer opened their first shop in Craighall Park, Johannesburg. It was called “Mary-Ann’s Wholefood Emporium” – It started out as a health food store supplying preservative-free dried fruit and light vegan meals and the dream was to have a place filled with ‘natural’ foods, clothing, furniture, energy-saving gadgets and a whole host of eco/natural lifestyle products.

Here at Mary-Ann’s we pride ourselves in bringing our customers the absolute best quality products available with minimum carbon footprint. Even our packaging is made from plants.. (cellophane made from tree cellulose) and can bio-degrade in your very own compost heaps.

Otherwise if you prefer to shop in person, come visit us at our Emporium & Eatery at 74 Mountainside Blvd., Gordon’s Bay (Opposite the new Checkers Centre)
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LOYALTY REWARDS

With the cost of retail space being what it is and the margins on natural products being what they are, they have brought that ’emporium’ to you online.. Take your time.. drag the items you want into the bag and check out when you are ready.. it could not be easier.

If you are interested in joining our Loyalty Rewards Program.

Contact Information

Address:

Unit 1&2 Wasabi Park, 74 Mountainside Road, Gordon’s Bay (Opposite the new Checkers Centre)

Phone:

021 856 2500 / 084 22 44 200
082 336 6747

Working Days / Hours:

Monday - Friday/ 9:00AM - 4:00PM

About us

In 1991 Mary-Ann and Mark Shearer opened their first shop in Craighall Park, Johannesburg. It was called “Mary-Ann’s Wholefood Emporium” – It started out as a health food store supplying preservative-free dried fruit and light vegan meals and the dream was to have a place filled with ‘natural’ foods, clothing, furniture, energy-saving gadgets and a whole host of eco/natural lifestyle products. Here at Mary-Ann’s we pride ourselves in bringing our customers the absolute best quality products available with minimum carbon footprint. Even our packaging is made from plants.. (cellophane made from tree cellulose) and can bio-degrade in your very own compost heaps. Read More...

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