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Smashburger Serves Up Organic Arugula, Mushrooms

Smashburger added organic arugula and organic mushrooms on its menus nationwide, introducing its new Organic Arugula, Truffle Mushroom & Swiss Burger. Last year, Smashburger introduced additional organic beverage options, including Honest Fresh-Brewed Organic Teas and Apple Juice, and Horizon Organic Milk. The company is also in the process of identifying more ways to incorporate all-natural items to their menu, including all-natural grilled chicken and ice cream.

Smashburger Opens 1st Restaurant in El Salvador

QSR International, the Master Franchisee of Smashburger fast-casual, better-burger restaurants in Central America, the Caribbean, and parts of South America, announced the opening of the first Smashburger restaurant in El Salvador. El Salvador will be the second country in which QSR International has opened Smashburger restaurants.

“We’re extremely happy and excited about Smashburger and its menu. We have received amazing responses from our customers and are very motivated to make Smashburger the best in town,” says Roger Jacir, managing partner for Smashburger.

Smashburger Named Among Top 10 Promising Companies

Smashburger announced it ranked No. 6 on Forbes’ third annual America’s Most Promising Companies list. Chosen from hundreds of applicants this year, the Forbes list recognizes the nation’s top 100 privately-held, high-growth companies with compelling business models and strong management teams, as well as notable customers and investors. Smashburger previously ranked No. 1 on the inaugural list and did not apply for the list last year.  

Smashburger Sizzles Into Voorhees This January

Smashburger, one of the nation’s fastest growing “better burger” concepts, continues its Camden County expansion with the opening of its newest restaurant at 1120 White Horse Road, Voorhees, on Wednesday, January 22. Owned and operated by Voorhees Smashburger, Smashburger brings its burgers along with its Häagen-Dazs shakes, sides, and regional menu items crafted to please local’s palates.

Farewell, French Fry

Despite their name, french fries are as American as the 4th of July and are a mainstay in the quick-service universe. Fries are the most popular side item at U.S. limited-service eateries, outpacing others by a wide margin, according to various menu-monitoring reports.

But other fried sides are now showing more growth potential than french fries. As consumers look to experience new flavors and seek a healthy halo from vegetable consumption, restaurateurs are providing more fried-side options.

Smashburger Continues Growth in Westchester County, NY

Smashburger continues its Westchester County expansion with the opening of its newest restaurant located at the Midway Shopping Center, 913 Central Park Ave., Scarsdale, New York, on Monday, December 9. Owned and operated by Smash Partners, Smashburger brings its burgers that are smashed fresh, served along with its Haagen-Dazs shakes, and regional menu items crafted to please locals’ palates. The company has hired 45 local team members to staff its new location.

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