What’s new in 2018 for Happy Apple Nutrition

With the New Year comes new and exciting adventures for Happy Apple Nutrition!

We had a very busy 2017 with the birth of gorgeous little Jack, the pregnancy and soon to be arrival of baby Humbert, a huge rebranding, many new service collaboration as well as some solid work and improvements on our business as a whole!

We are so excited for 2018, not only to meet baby Humbert of course 🤗, but to announce our new consulting rooms and our beautiful new team member…

We are now consulting out of DASH (Daintree Allied and Specialist Health) in Wodonga two days per week and will also be servicing the brand new Alpine Allied Health Hub in Myrtleford!

So with the addition of these services to our current work load this has meant we have had to add to our team with the amazingly talented, very knowledgeable and all round champion Victoria Burmeister! Vic (as we know her) is returning to the Border after spending the last two years working and travelling overseas. We cannot wait for Vic to join our team at Happy Apple Nutrition and look forward having her share her knowledge with you all!

We have been so overwhelmed with the amazing feedback we have received from all of our Facebook followers who have been watching our videos and keeping up with our posts. This is one way we can really give back into the community. So please if you have any questions be sure to let us know, we love hearing about what YOU want to know!

So after a great 2017, we want wish you all the very best for the New Year and we look forward to what 2018 may bring!

Ellen and Shanayde

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