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Whole Life Boost Now Open in York

Chris Engel

Chris Engel

Whole Life Boost Natural Foods, formerly Good Stewards Natural Foods, is open at 2563 South Queen Street, in Old Tollgate Village, in York. New owners Chris and Karol Engel have remodeled the store, increased the amount of grocery items and added a smoothie bar featuring all natural/organic smoothies.

“Whole Life Boost is just what the name implies,” says Chris Engel. “Our focus is to boost the lifestyle of those living in York that are looking to become healthier, thus our slogan, ‘Invest in Health.’”

Their mission is to help individuals maintain their healthy lifestyle and help others to start on the road to optimal health through nutrition, education and industry-leading products. Plans are in place to offer a delivery service for local shoppers that cannot make it into the store. Patrons are encouraged to call the store for details.


For more information, call 717-741-3377 or email Info@WholeLifeBoost.com.

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