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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE > December 2007

Meet Fresh Sweets Shop

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Meet Fresh Sweets Shop

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Meet Fresh Sweets Shop

Breeze Center branch: 62, FuXing S Rd, Sec 1
(02) 2775-3395 / (02) 2299-3355
www.meetfresh.com.tw

After a old-fashioned sweets-filled upbringing on a farm in Taichung County's Fengyuan, a pair of siblings decided to open up a candy shop to share their sweet talent with city dwellers. Johnson Fu and Ms. Fu, a brother-and-sister team, create nostalgic treats with fresh taro and other natural ingredients. All of their sweets are handmade without chemical additives and are cooked right in the store on a daily basis. Their creations include flavors like taro jelly, bean jelly, grass jelly, and several different teas (NT$30-50). The siblings recommend their grass jelly drink, which has a very smooth texture. --By Josie Wu, translated by Ann Lee

A. Johnson Fu, chairman of the company that owned the first "Leisure Stop" (休閒小站) tea shop back in 1992, helped boost Taiwan's favorite tea drink, Pearl Milk Tea, onto the international market.

B. As winter approaches, Meet Fresh is offering nine new, hot drink selections. One drink, their signature Hot Grass Jelly (NT$45), includes taro jelly, bubble jelly and sweet beans; it's sure to warm you up. Their Sweet Taro Jelly in Purple Rice Congee (NT$50), is a healthier dessert liked by customers of all ages.

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