Although vegan cuisine has always boasted a health halo, it hasn’t enjoyed the “fun” reputation of indulgent foods like pizza and burgers. By Chloe is setting out to change that.
In the last decade, health and nutrition have become as much a part of the limited-service conversation as speed and convenience.
Plant-based fast casual by Chloe closed a strategic investment to propel its growth, the company announced Thursday (April 5).
Eating has seriously evolved in recent years. In a digital age, food trends seem to come and go faster than the click of a send button.
Having been little more than an afterthought in the history of the limited-service restaurant industry, plant-based proteins today are increasingly becoming an integral ingredient in many menus.
It’s a fact any restaurant, convenience store, food hall, and beverage supplier has heard on repeat the past decade: Soda sales and consumption are trending downward.
Despite chilly temperatures in NYC this week, spring has technically sprung. And by CHLOE.
Before vegan concept by CHLOE opened in New York City, creative director Samantha Wasser was a fan of another Manhattan fast casual: Mimi Cheng’s Dumplings.
Obesity is on the rise, with two-thirds of American adults considered overweight or obese. Millions lack consistent access to affordable, healthy food.
Chefs in fast food are nothing new. Culinary Institute of America grad Steve Ells opened the first Chipotle more than 20 years ago. Tom Colicchio’s ’wichcraft chain is 12 years old.