Bowl of Heaven, the concept serving up açaí bowls, fruit smoothies, and cold-pressed juices, opened a new location in Newport Beach, California. Marking its second corporate store and sixth location altogether, Bowl Of Heaven is expanding across the country through a combination of company and franchise owned stores, starting with their home state of California where they have already signed multiunit franchise deals for various regions.
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Bowl of Heaven is adding two new super fruits to its menu with the introduction of the Paradise Bowl: pitaya or dragon fruit from Nicaragua and prickly pear, both of which grow on cacti.
Pitaya is a fruit that was first discovered in Central America. Early missionaries brought it to Asia where it has since been renamed and is more commonly known as dragon fruit. Bowl of Heaven’s suppliers will be sourcing the fruit directly from Central American farmers.
Bowl of Heaven, the California-based concept featuring acai bowls and blended smoothies, signed a three-unit franchise deal for Northern California. Bowl of Heaven is ramping up franchise expansion with the help of partner Fransmart.
Bowl of Heaven, the Orange County concept featuring acai bowls, blended smoothies, and juices, is now available on the road. With the roll out of the concept’s new food truck, consumers will be able to enjoy Bowl of Heaven in a mobile format.
The truck is a full-service operation and offers all the same menu items as the Rancho Santa Margarita brick-and-mortar store.
The truck is also available to book for corporate events, weddings, schools, and fundraisers, as well as fitness events like foot and bike races.
Bowl of Heaven, the California-based concept featuring acai bowls and blended smoothies, announced the completion of a 5-unit franchise deal for Santa Clara County, California. Positioned in the growing health-conscious fast-casual segment, Bowl of Heaven is ramping up franchise expansion with the help of partner Fransmart.
The Santa Clara County franchisee is SCJEN Management, a capital management company with a portfolio of investments, the majority of which are currently in the pharmaceuticals industry.
Look, up on the table! It’s a burdock. It’s a plantain. It’s … superfood!
Although there’s nothing really super-heroic about eating nutrition-rich fruits and vegetables, the foods give customers an opportunity to pursue healthier options at a time when many Americans are trying to rein in their eating habits. As such, these ingredients are showing up on more limited-service restaurant