The independently owned franchise, Nutrition Station Alexandria, in Sydney’s inner south is offering health-conscious customers the option to pay for dine in and takeaway meals with Qoin.
Run by brother and sister duo, Blaec and Julie Sader, Nutrition Station Alexandria is on a mission to spread healthy habits by serving up calorie-controlled meals, smoothies, supplements and catering for their customers.
“Change is the root of what we do and if you’re willing to change, the world becomes a better place,” co-owner, Blaec Sader, said today.
“I like change and I believe that business is for change. Qoin is nothing short of amazing and it’s changing the way our customers can pay. It’s revolutionary.
“Our customers can go from QR code to QR scanner, allowing them to pay instantaneously through the POS system. I love the idea of digital currency that’s easy for my customers to use and I also believe it’s the future.”
Established in 2019, the health café caters for all nutritional requirements, including keto, paleo, vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and dairy free.
“Julia and I have always gravitated towards a healthy lifestyle and we want to create a healthy eating experience. Our meal options assist our customers with losing weight, gaining muscle and maintaining their current situation.
“We offer a step-by-step process, enabling our customers to build their own meals and a focus point of our business is take home meals. Customers can order in store for a week’s worth of healthy eating.
“Our motivation lies in leaving someone better than when you found them. At the moment, the ways of the world aren’t feeding us good information. Bad news is easier to find than good news.
“The whole purpose behind our health café is if you can change someone’s diet for the better, you can change how they think. Through what people put into their bodies, you can change the world.”