The Sloane Stanley Estate has welcomed Nana Nice Cream, the non-dairy, banana based ice cream supplier, to The Concept Store, Sloane Stanley’s permanent and dedicated space for pop-up shops at 340 King’s Road.
Founded by Margie Broadhead, an Oxford graduate with a Masters in Law turned food-blogger and chef, Nana Nice Cream is a healthier, sugar-free banana based alternative to dairy ice cream, made using bananas and avocados. The brand has launched in various shops and supermarkets, including Iceland.
Open until August 24th 2016, the 1,178 sq ft pop-up will offer the classic banana soft-serve with options to add chocolate or strawberry, and a range of toppings including Propercorn and Raw Chocolate Company snackables.
Commenting on the arrival, Hannah Grievson, commercial property manager at Sloane Stanley, said: “We are delighted Nana Nice Cream have chosen to celebrate the launch of their brand though the concept store on the King’s Road. We are confident their refined, guilt-free treats will prove popular with the discerning King’s Road shoppers, and further complement our fantastic array of industry leading café and dining options.”
Margie Broadhead founder of Nana Nice Cream added: “It is a great opportunity for us to hold our pop-up on the iconic King’s Road, and share our passion for healthy cooking. The catchment is a perfect match for our brand; the area is synonymous with quality, and brilliant food and dining options so we will be in great company. We were also drawn due to its high footfall and appeal to both international visitors and Londoners alike, which will give us fantastic exposure to the market at this important stage in our journey.”
The news follows a successful year for the Sloane Stanley Estate, having been chosen as the exclusive location to launch the Royal Selangor Star Wars Collection, and with a series of brands recently joining the retail line up including: Ella Jade Interiors, Jane Taylor, Danish womenswear brand Noa Noa, leading lifestyle brand Woven and French boulangerie Orée.