Sweetgreen announced the next steps in its strategic partnership with FoodCorps to reimagine the school cafeteria experience, guide students to experiment with real food, and empower them to make h
The policy is designed for anyone who has a new addition in their family.
All locations will once again accept cash by the end of 2019.
Sweetgreen announced a $200 million financing round led by Fidelity Investments, one of the world’s largest asset management companies. JPMorgan acted as sole placement agent for this offering.
Sweetgreen, the fast-casual salad empire started by three Georgetown University students more than 10 years ago, has made a return to its very first location in Washington, D.C., with the opening o
The fast casual launched an in-house system to reinvent the model as we know it.
Fast casual Sweetgreen is making a big change in the New Year.
Looking to appeal to a younger demographic, operators can now reach for a new tool in their healthful-eating toolbox.
On Friday, Sweetgreen launched a new menu category: Warm Bowls. It’s the biggest menu change since the company launched its seasonal menu in 2014.
If sweetgreen is going to be the next great American brand, then Karen Kelley might be its secret weapon.
Sweetgreen, the destination for simple, seasonal, healthy food, announced the launch of their new iOS app Sweetgreen Rewards.
Washington, D.C., has become a hotbed for Fast Casual 2.0 innovation. Take a tour of the city’s top concepts to find out what makes them tick.
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Marketing consultant and QSR columnist Denise Lee Yohn says that when it comes down to the nuts and bolts, brands are about what companies do and how they do it.
Using a variety of lettuces for salads gives operators plenty of room for innovation.
The 100,000 Opportunities Initiative, a national coalition of leading U.S.-based companies committed to hiring at least 100,000 Opportunity Youth by 2018, welcomed additional partners—includi
Technology veterans are all about disruption. Now many tech players are turning their attention to the restaurant industry.
The cofounder and former CEO of AOL talks about the food-tech crossover and how innovators are changing the industry for the better.
D.C.-based fast casual Sweetgreen expands to Los Angeles, where two of the three founders grew up.
With its Sweetlife festival, Sweetgreen is updating event eats for the better.
Sweetgreen has upped the ante on its premium salads with the addition of salmon.
California’s historic drought is just one way the climate is pressuring the supply chain. But the foodservice industry is finding ways to live in better harmony with Mother Nature.
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Sweetgreen, a chain of organic, farm-to-table salad shops founded in Washington, D.C., will open its first New York City location at the Nomad Hotel on Wednesday, July 24.
Sweetgreen, an organic, farm-to-table salad chain founded in Washington, D.C., announced the successful results of its recently launched rewards app, developed and launched three months ago with te
Incorporating local ingredients into your menu can set you apart from competitors. But first you should know what you’re buying into.
Salads mix wide variety of ingredients to tempt diners.
Sweetgreen, the Washington, D.C.-born fast-casual restaurant with farm-to-table salads, frozen yogurt, and cold-pressed juices, announced the launch of its mobile payments and rewards app, availabl