New healthy shake and tea concept, Pop Nutrition, is now open in Pinellas Park

“A community club determined to make the world healthier one shake and tea at a time!”

click to enlarge From right to left: President Brionna Kendricks Vice President Sarah Maslar and CEO Ebony Mensah. - POP NUTRITION/ FACEBOOK
POP NUTRITION/ FACEBOOK
From right to left: President Brionna Kendricks Vice President Sarah Maslar and CEO Ebony Mensah.

With the holidays on the horizon, and overindulging being guaranteed, there’s no better time for Pop Nutrition (stylized “POP”) to launch. The new healthy shake and tea storefront is located at 9753 66th St. in Pinellas Park.

The concept’s Facebook says the spot is “A community club determined to make the world healthier one shake and tea at a time!”

Speaking of community, Pop joins fellow local Herbalife coach run concepts Yummè in St. Pete and Clearwater’s Anthem House. All three, by the way, are led by women ownership. Pop’s ringleaders are CEO Ebony Mensah, President Brionna Kendricks, and Vice President Sarah Maslar (pictured above).

click to enlarge POP NUTRITION/ FACEBOOK
POP NUTRITION/ FACEBOOK


If you slide by the new hangout to grab a guilt-free treat, you’ll see the Roy Lichtenstein-inspired murals and colorful comic book script adorning to-go cups. The family-friendly joint posts photos of customers swinging by for a fix, building its ties with the community since making its debut in early September. 

The offerings are geared toward protein and providing energy with a fun spin—like the limited edition Homer’s Holiday Donut, a banana toffee shake packing 34 grams of protein. There’s also a selection of teas for an energy boost. Be sure to follow the account’s social media pages (@popnutritionfl) for daily specials and offerings as the menu rotates frequently. 

If you’d rather chew your protein, you can opt for protein donuts. Previously offered flavors include white chocolate velvet, brownie batter, cookie crumble and Rollo (caramel white chocolate). 

Hours for Pop are 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m. and 5 p.m.-8 p.m. on weekdays, and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on weekends.

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