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    Mad Greens

  • Much more than ranch dressing on iceberg lettuce, these fast-casual salads showcase bold flavors, textures, and functional ingredients.
    Leading brands are breaking out of their greens-only box.
    MAD Greens announced the launch of the first National Salad Week to celebrate the September harvest and seasonally inspired eating. From Sept.
    QSR and fast casual chain restaurants partner with family farms to grow food.
    Family farms are disappearing, even as restaurants look to source better ingredients. Can agriculture and foodservice help save each other?
    MAD Greens, known for its tasty salads, scratch-made dressings, healthy kids meals, nutritious juices, and hearty paninis, recently refreshed its menu by adding two innovative and slightly spicy se
    MAD Greens, known for its tasty salads, scratch-made dressings, healthy kids meals, nutritious juices, and hearty paninis, opened its first very first drive-thru on February 20.
    MAD Greens, known for its made-to-order salads, opened its first Utah restaurant in Lehi on August 11.
    High quality fast casual chains attract investor money to spur restaurant growth.
    Fast Casual 2.0 brands are attracting big investor dollars. Here’s what the innovative new concepts have to offer in return.
    Fresh, local food lovers in Mesa, Arizona, are about to go MAD for MAD Greens, as the latest location of this fast casual is coming to Mesa’s Dana Park Village Square on Wednesday, February 1
    MAD Greens, the Colorado-grown purveyor of premium made to order salads, fresh juices, paninis, wraps, and soups, is staged to nearly double in size thanks to the latest round of investment capital
    Major QSR brands roll out new salad dressings to improve flavor and health factors.
    Toppings and dressings give operators limitless options for creative salad combinations.
    Colorado-based MAD Greens, a fast-casual brand known for its premier salads, juices, wraps, and paninis, began its national expansion last month with its first openings outside of its home state.
    QSR brands like salad restaurant concept Mad Greens determine price around customer trends.
    New technologies and changing consumer tastes could lead to more agile pricing strategies—if operators are willing to experiment.
    MAD Greens will open two locations in Colorado in just two weeks. Its first Westminster restaurant at 1181 W.
    Opening its first Arizona restaurant at Tempe Marketplace in May 2015, Mad Greens will also open a second restaurant in June at the corner of Scottsdale and Acoma in Scottsdale (inside the East Thu
    Denver-based MAD Greens, a fast-casual concept serving up fresh, healthy lunch and dinner options, is celebrating its 10th birthday in December—and letting customers in o
    Food production systems like hydroponics help restaurants use more local goods.
    In the second of a two-part series on local sourcing, QSR examines how this process can change the face of limited service—and the food system as a whole.
    Mad Greens CEO Marley Hodgson is committed to sourcing local ingredients.
    Incorporating local ingredients into your menu can set you apart from competitors. But first you should know what you’re buying into.
    MAD Greens Inspired Eats, a Denver-based restaurant group, will make the switch from a national cheese purveyor to Colorado-based Haystack Mountain Goat Dairy, producer of premium, handcrafted
    Menchie's uses specially designed icons to communicate dietary restrictions.
    Developing dietary restriction options is only half the battle; how you communicate them to customers makes all the difference.
    Starting today, Mad Greens customers can be the first in Denver to sample premium-quality lettuce grown using a newly launched system that adds a whole new meaning to “locally grown
    Amit Kleinberger is CEO of Menchie's, a frozen yogurt concept.
    Robust network connections help CEOs gather information, scope out trends, and spot potential brand problems.
    MAD Greens will not technically be affected by the upcoming national mandate requiring restaurant chains with 20 or more units to post calorie counts on their menuboards; the Denver-based salad-and
    Denver-based MAD Greens, which offers salads, soups, wraps and panini, made it even easier for guests to make healthy choices.