Coolgreens Unveils 'Salads of Hope' Initiative

    Industry News | April 1, 2020

    In response to these unprecedented times, Oklahoma-based Coolgreens is staying committed to its mission to “fuel healthy communities with fresh food” by announcing its “Salads of Hope” initiative.

    For every salad purchased starting today through April 12, the healthy lifestyle eatery will donate a salad to a local hospital in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.

    “We want to do what we can to support the brave men and women that are working on the frontlines in local hospitals during this pandemic,” says Coolgreens VP of Operations Amanda Powell. “They are working long hours with very little time to make a meal, especially a delicious and nutritious one. That’s where we come in. We invite our communities in Oklahoma City and Tulsa to join us in helping fuel our neighbors through these difficult times.”

    In an abundance of caution, Coolgreens is strongly encouraging guests to pay via the Rewards App or credit card. “We feel that reducing cash is a wise thing to do at this time,” said CEO Robert Lee.

    Last November, Coolgreens introduced tamper-proof packaging for all to-go and third party deliveries to ensure food safety. “Every guest order will be packaged in this packaging for in-store or curbside pick-up and delivery in Oklahoma City and Tulsa,” Lee adds. “Call us, stop in, or place your order online through coolgreens.com, our mobile Rewards App, or third party delivery providers.”

    Serving refreshing salads, wraps, grain bowls, and sandwiches with fresh ingredients prepared daily in each location, Coolgreens is guided by its commitment to integrity and good food. Coolgreens strives for transparency, ensuring that guests can see everything that goes into their dishes. With dressings made in-house daily and a variety of delicious chef-driven menu items, Coolgreens aims to meet the needs of different diets and lifestyles in a clean, welcoming environment.

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