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Top Tier Nutrition aims to be 'nutritional Starbucks'


Top Tier Nutrition aims to be 'nutritional Starbucks'
nwitimes.com

Owner Anthony Christopher hopes the business will be a ânutritional Starbucks.â Top Tier Nutrition, at 233 Ridge Road, specializes in meal replacement shakes, smoothies and teas.âThereâs no commitment,â Christopher said. âYou can try a flavor, and come back if you want. If you choose not to, you haven't wasted any money.âThe meal replacement shakes have the equivalent of two servings of vegetables, 21 vitamins and 17 grams of protein. They have 145 to 300 calories each.âA lot of people think theyâre just for weight loss or mass gain,â Christopher said. âNo, theyâre simple nutrition.âTop Tier Nutrition had been located in the shopping center near Mark Oâs Bar and Grill. It closed three years ago because of a death in the family.âI already have a business background and find it more fulfilling to help people achieve their nutritional goals,â Christopher said.

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