New organic corn snacks arrive at Merry Hill shopping centre

21st May

Brierley Hill shopping centre Merry Hill has added to its growing number of independent eateries after welcoming a new family-owned cup corn retailer to the centre.

Located on the upper mall near Eat Central, Yummy Cup Corn serves freshly cooked sweetcorn without any preservatives.

Each serving is made from organic corn sourced from a world-renowned supplier and makes for a perfect healthy snack for those looking to fuel up while shopping.

Visitors to the stall can chose from 10 flavours, including classics such as original and black pepper, as well as more adventurous options such as pizza and curry.

The new store is yet another addition to the thriving food and drink scene at the shopping destination, following on from the arrival of bubble tea specialist Bubblycious in April and family-run eatery The Indian Tavern Bar & Grill, which opened at The Waterfront in November.

Asfand Subhan, owner of Yummy Cup Corn said: “Merry Hill has always been a place that we wanted to be a part of, so we are very excited to open here as we work on expanding our presence across the West Midlands.

“We think our wide choice of flavours and organic corn together produce a unique and healthy snack and we can’t wait for visitors at Merry Hill to try them.”

Duncan Burns, Marketing Manager at Merry Hill said: “We are thrilled to be welcoming Yummy Cup Corn at Merry Hill, offering even more food options for our shoppers to try at the centre.

“Earlier this week hospitality venues across Merry Hill reopened, including our indoor dining area at Eat Central. We are confident that Yummy Cup Corn’s unique and healthy offering is sure to be a hit among our visitors as they return to enjoying food indoors.”

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