Quintessential Cape Town: Cape Town's favourite Melissa's

CapeTalk's Pippa Hudson chats to founder and owner of Melissa's, Melissa van Hoogstraten for this week's edition of Quintessential Cape Town.

Founded in August 1996 in Kloof Street, retail and online shop Melissa’s has made a major success of supplying culinary delights such as liquorice fudge, olive oil infused with basil and lemon and chocolate coated nougat.

In just ten years, the business has expanded into 14 stores in Cape Town in areas such as Constantia, Newlands, Tygervalley, Blouberg, Stellenbosch and the V&A Waterfront.

To hear more about how Melissa's has progressed over the years, listen below:


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