Official openings held for five new businesses in Town of Minto

MINTO – The Minto Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with the Town of Minto, held ribbon-cutting ceremonies marking the official welcoming of five new businesses to the community on Jan. 23.

Ribbons were cut at:

– CDP Diesel Repair & Service, owned by Nathan and Amanda Wombwell, at 114 Noble Family Road, Palmerston;

– Cindy Lou’s restaurant, owned by Cindy Stevens, at 3 Elora Street, North, Clifford;

– Dans Ma Bouche restaurant, owned by Colin Oleksandri, at 47 Elora St. S., Clifford;

– Clifford Food Market, owned by Jay and Julia Bhati and Gary Patel, at 21 Elora Street South, Clifford; and

– Two Pines Herbals, owned by Lior Sabach-Stewart, at LaunchIt on Arthur Street in Harriston;

“These new additions to our community bring a diverse range of services and products, contributing to the vibrant and dynamic business landscape of Minto,” officials state.

“The Minto Chamber of Commerce expresses its warmest congratulations to the owners and extends its full support for their success. These ribbon-cutting ceremonies symbolize the chamber’s commitment to fostering economic growth and creating a thriving business environment in Minto.”

Town of Minto council members and Minto Chamber of Commerce officials participated in ribbon cutting ceremonies at five new local businesses on Jan. 23. CDP Diesel Repair & Service.

Cindy Lou’s restaurant

Dans Ma Bouche restaurant

Clifford Food Market

Two Pines Herbal