Queensland juice brand Hrvst St collapses

Hrvst St cold pressed juices has confirmed the company is shutting down after entering voluntary administration on October 25.

In an Instagram post, the business owners confirmed the popular juice brand and its distribution arm, Real Friends Food and Drink Supply, will be no more after Administrator Mackay Goodwin “pulled the pin”.

“This is not something we ever wanted to happen, but it is with tears in our eyes and lumps in our throats, time to say goodbye.

“As you can imagine our hearts are ripped into pieces so please be kind out there.”

The owners thanked their customers, team, and distributors for their continued support during the company’s lifespan.

“To our amazing customers, thank you for all your support and kindness over the years. We will forever be grateful for that along with the friendships we have built. Thank you for your loyalty and sticking by us even through times.

“To our amazing team, you have done an exceptional job helping us build something from scratch. Your loyalty and dedication to the business has been something we will never forget. We will all certainly take away some great skills, amazing memories and forever friendships. We have loved watching you all grow into exceptional people, personally and professionally.

“To our distributors, thank you for everything. We are truly honoured to have partnered with you. We are more grateful than you know.”

According to ASIC documents, Andrew Weatherley was appointed administrator of HRVST ST Pty Ltd on October 25, before Domenico Calabretta and Andrew Quinn of Mackay Goodwin were appointed receiver managers on October 30.

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