Cartel opens its doors

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Evania King at work in Rangiora's Black and White Coffee Cartel last Friday. Photo: Shelley Topp
Evania King at work in Rangiora's Black and White Coffee Cartel last Friday. Photo: Shelley Topp
A new coffee shop has joined the ranks of cafes in Rangiora.

The Black and White Coffee Cartel has opened its doors in High Street, at the front of The Warehouse carpark.

The franchisee owner, Tony Yan, who also owns the Oxford Terrace Black and White Coffee Cartel, in Christchurch, said all the food sold in the cafe will be made on premises and the coffee beans are also roasted on site.

The cafe is open seven days a week from 7am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, and 8am to 4pm on weekends and public holidays.

 

 

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