Sweet treats in Business Time

Last updated 08:35 18/02/2013

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Read about the latest happenings in the business world around Manawatu.

Coffee cart on the market

The Streetwise Coffee cart in Sanson is for sale, as the owners are looking to move overseas. For more information, contact Hayden Lind on 021 244 0833.

Bar business liquidated

A business owned by Levin man William Scott has been liquidated, owing $300,000. Two Black Sheep Tavern ran an Upper Hutt bar, which it sold in 2012. It is estimated that the business has $69,000 in assets, largely made up of money owed from the sale. David Vance of Deloitte is in charge of the liquidation.

Double the sugar fix

Two sweet new businesses have opened in Cuba St, Palmerston North. Humbug Sweets and Petit Fours - both based around sweet treats - have opened across the road from Crank-It Cycles.

Opportunity in Ohau

Ohau Cafe is for sale. The business, just off the main road through the town, is listed for $89,000.

■ Send business news to editor@msl.co.nz (with Business Time in the subject line) or call reporter Jono Galuszka on 355 8807.

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