Industry News | May 4, 2016

Freshii Opens Seven Stores in Four Countries in Five Days

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Freshii, the leading healthy fast-casual restaurant concept, opened seven new stores in a five-day period to bring its fresh and nutritious meal choices to six cities across four countries. Canada, the United States, Ecuador, and Guatemala have all welcomed the eco-friendly brand and embraced its superfood-filled menu. New locations include:

  • La Carolina in Quito, Ecuador – Freshii’s first in Ecuador
  • Bellevue Square in Bellevue, Washington – Freshii’s first in Seattle
  • Target Brea in Brea, Californa – Freshii’s first in Target Los Angeles
  • Cardalesde Cayala in Guatemala, Guatemala
  • Mountain Ridge Plaza in Cochrane, Alberta
  • Sunridge Mall in Calgary, Alberta
  • Pell and de Maisonneuve in Montreal, Quebec

Freshii continues to attract high-quality franchise partners worldwide, and the seven franchise partners that opened these locations are no different. Each partner’s location has its own look and feel to fit within the community while offering the same fresh, high-quality ingredients and menu system-wide.

People around the world care more about what they are putting into their bodies, and Freshii helps its guests eat healthy without sacrificing flavor. With a diverse and completely customizable menu of breakfast, soups, salads, wraps, bowls, burritos, frozen yogurt, juices, and smoothies, Freshii caters to every dietary and taste preference. Freshii is on a global mission to help individuals live longer and healthier lives by making fresh food convenient and affordable to all. Energizing guests at seven new stores helps fulfill the brand’s guiding mission.

In 2005, without any restaurant or retail experience, Matthew Corrin opened the first Freshii location, creating the must-needed health-casual dining category. Now, Freshii operates over 200 units across 85-plus cities and 20 countries. Freshii opened its first 100 locations faster than Subway, Jimmy John’s, and McDonald’s with no plans to slow down.

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