Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Animo's new digs in Haddonfield

The juice/salad/wrap/burrito specialist moves a block away into a larger space.

Animo's new digs in Haddonfield

Amino´s shop at 210 Kings Highway East in Haddonfield.
Amino's shop at 210 Kings Highway East in Haddonfield.

Animo - the Haddonfield-rooted juice/salad/wrap/burrito specialist - ran out of room at its flagship shop.

Effective Friday, July 18, it's set up a block away next to the Starbucks, in a former Cold Stone Creamery shop at 210 Kings Highway East in Haddonfield.

The new Animo - which you pronounce "ahh-nee-mo" - is 900 square feet larger as siblings Joe and Anthony Gentlesk and Maria DelDuca are buying a hydraulic juice press so they can bottle juice for their stores.

Last year, they opened in Center City at 17th and Arch Streets, across from the Comcast Center.

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