Fuel Thy Cells Expanding from Farmers Markets to Open College Area Storefront

Seamoss vendors are confirmed to begin construction of new storefront in the Rolando neighborhood.
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Fuel Thy Cells are purveyors of 100% wildcrafted Seamoss. You can currently find them selling their Seamoss products at local Farmers Markets like the Little Italy Mercato and North Park Farmers Market. What Now just confirmed their permit to begin construction of their first brick and mortar location has been approved.

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According to Fuel Thy Cells, Seamoss is the “ocean’s best kept secret” for adding essential nutrients to your daily diet in order to maintain a healthy immune system. Current offerings include Seamoss gels, Seamoss Refreshers, and skin products. Co-Owner Erika Baxter tells What Now San Diego the new storefront will allow them to expand their offerings with new and exciting menu items. “As soon as our brick-and-mortar opens you’ll be able to try Acai Seamoss Bowls, Seamoss Smoothies, and Exotic Teas with Seamoss.”

Located just a half mile from San Diego State University, the owners of Fuel Thy Cells are excited for the opportunity for college students and locals to stop in and grab Seamoss and healthy smoothies. Fans of their Farmers Market tent will still be able to grab their trademark Seamoss Refreshers. The chilled beverages are 100% natural, containing no preservatives, and are lightly sweetened with honey. Plus they offer vegan options, lightly sweetened with agave.

Keep posted to What Now for updates on the Grand Opening date for the storefront, tentatively planned for Fall 2021. For now, you can check their weekly appearance schedule via Instagram.

Jeannine Boisse

Jeannine Boisse (she/her) is a What Now Media Group staff reporter with a background in Radio & Television. Based in San Diego, you can usually find her exploring local breweries, trying new recipes, and listening to podcasts.
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