Two new traders set up in business at Clarks Village

The Village Bite Box. Picture: Clarks Village
The Village Bite Box. Picture: Clarks Village

CLARKS Village has welcomed two new brands to its retailer line-up.

Leading cookware specialist Zwilling opened its doors on Friday, May 26, offering customers a range of modern kitchen products, including knives, pots, pans and cutlery.

Zwilling's brands include cast iron cookware specialist Staub, Japanese knife specialist Miyabi, induction cookware specialist Demeyere and non-stick quality cookware Ballarini.

The Village Bite Box has also joined the outlet’s permanent food and beverage offering, based in a kiosk in the Pear Court area, serving light bites, drinks and homemade cakes, alongside the recently opened Bubble T and Load ‘o’ Waffle.

Guests can choose from freshly made snacks and treats served alongside a drinks menu including luxury ice cream shakes, iced artisan coffees and iced lemonade.

Simon Rowland, retail sales manager for Zwilling, said: “Zwilling are very excited to bring our category leading products to Clarks Village.

"Our location in the village, as well as our fantastic offers, are truly unmissable.

"We look forward to building a lifelong connection with our new customers by helping them bring their heart to the table.”

Bethany Malton, from The Village Bite Box, said: “We’re super excited to be a part of Clarks Village.

"This is a great opportunity for us and we cannot wait to serve our fabulous and refreshing drinks to all our new guests this summer.

"Our homemade cakes, sandwiches and specials along with our speciality shakes are not to be missed.”

Chris Davis, Clarks Village centre director, said: “We are excited to announce two new additions to the outlet, and we’re sure our guests will love what our new brands have to offer.

"From quality cookware to luxury food and drink favourites, there is something for everyone at Clarks Village this summer.”