Industry News | March 21, 2016

Grabbagreen to Debut in Nashville This Summer

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Grabbagreen, the Arizona-based fast casual concept known for its fresh and healthy alternative to fast food will make its Tennessee debut this summer under Nashville-based franchisee, Deerfield Hospitality Group LLC. The Nashville metro location will be located in the Meridian Cool Springs development of historic Franklin at 2000 Meridian Blvd. This Grabbagreen is the first of several, locations from Deerfield to open throughout Tennessee over the next few years.

"We feel the market for truly healthy, fast, made-to-order dining options is exploding nationwide and that the Nashville market is underserved for healthy restaurant options," says Toby Graves, operating partner at Deerfield Hospitality Group. "Grabbagreen is well poised to capture a loyal following in the expanding Greater Nashville market. Williamson County is booming and we feel the Cool Springs Corridor will greatly embrace healthier foods for their on-the-go lifestyles."

Grabbagreen's vision from day one has been to lead the charge in making healthy food, fast. Grabbagreen promotes an "Eat Clean, Grabbagreen" philosophy. Grabbagreen's value resonates with consumers looking for a quick meal that is much healthier than normal fast food and less expensive than a fine-dining option. Grabbagreen serves organic food items, antibiotic- and hormone-free beef, poultry, whole food, fresh juice, and smoothies. In addition customers are able to choose from high-quality food at reasonable prices, quick service, gluten-free, whole fruits, and vegetables and select organic items. The modern decor and energetic ambiance appeals to everyone from children to adults.

Grabbagreen is prepared fresh, made to order, and provides a variety of flavors to meet dietary needs. Grabbagreen offers a full selection of grain and green-based bowls with fresh hormone-free and antibiotic-free proteins provided by local farms, fresh-pressed juice, handcrafted smoothies, and acai bowls, breakfast, and healthy kid-friendly items.

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