so healthy products could be found.
In honor of the New Elmhurst Fruitful Yield
“We feel what sets us apart is that our staff is trained in the products we carry,” said Molly Donegan, Marketing Coordinator for Fruitful Yield. “Our employees can educate customers and help them find something that works for their particular need or concern. People are invited to come in and ask anyone to help them find the right items.”
The real story is how much lighter and brighter the space appears because it is considerably larger now. It has become so much more than it was in the previous location. In addition to all the things you may be used to buying at Fruitful Yield, there is now a grocery section that includes fresh produce.
Started here in Elmhurst town –
is now a “new corner” for all to see.
The store also offers an all-natural pet line that includes food and supplements. There are plans to hold special events just for dogs over the summer. VanDusseldorp and Donegan said they were anxious to check out the Elmhurst Park District’s Doggie EGG-stravaganza going on Saturday, April 15.
photo by Dee Longfellow
It happened to be “Beauty Day” at Fruitful Yield on Friday, one of the daily themes used during the grand opening week. Guests lined up to try out different products and were invited to make their own scrubs and masques using essential oils and other ingredients perfectly suited to their own skin. There was also staff offering makeovers and helping visitors try out all-natural skin care and makeup choices available at the store.
Fruitful Yield celebrates grand opening Posted by RVP Editor / April 10, 2017 photo by Dee Longfellow Employees gather around Store Manager Mike VanDusseldorp (center, with scissors) as