Fresh in town – new deli and sandwich bar

Liz Kilgower celebrates the opening of the brand new greengrocer and deli

Liz Kilgower celebrates the opening of the brand new greengrocer and deli

If you have collected your mail lately, you would have seen the extra activity opposite the pub, and the new signage. The wait is over – Rainbow Beach Fruit is open for business.

Andrew Kingsley is excited about the move from the industrial estate, just in time for our busy Easter holidays.

“I’m happy to be in the main street, so tourists can access us, as well as locals.”

In addition to a brand new premises, a fresh lunchtime menu and spectacular deli, he introduces a new business partner, Liz Kilgower.

If you don’t know Liz from her previous role in the Post Office, your kids will know her ready smile from countless hours at Rainbow Beach school tuckshop, breakfast club and fundraisers.

“Since my first job as a teenager in a milk bar, my working life has evolved around food. I worked at the bowls club at Bribie as a Bistro supervisor for many years. Then Sarah came along – we wanted a change and moved to a smaller town.”

Since arriving in Rainbow with her partner Robert and daughter in 2008, Liz has been a familiar face helping at school, nippers and church, even volunteering as the P&C Treasurer.

It is a dream come true for Liz that she and her daughter Sarah will now be serving up rolls, wraps, juices, milkshakes, smoothies and yoghurt in her own shop.

“We have everything you need for an antipasto platter or a perfect picnic!” Their modern healthy menu is teamed with old fashioned, personalised service.

With Andrew’s expertise from years at the Brisbane Markets and Liz’s dedication to feeding our families – we can look forward to new fresh and healthy delights right in the main street.

Say hello and sample their great range today.


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