Industry News | July 27, 2016

Grabbagreen To Debut in Raleigh This Fall

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Grabbagreen, the Arizona-based fast-casual restaurant concept known for its fresh and healthy alternative to fast food, will make its Raleigh, North Carolina, debut this September under Heather and Jeff Phillips of Phillips Investment Ventures LLC. The Phillips' leased their first location in Midtown Raleigh at 4421 Six Forks Road, Suite 103B inside North Hills, an innovative, multifaceted district where guests live, work, shop, dine, and play. Phillips Investment Ventures will be opening a second location in Cary, North Carolina, in 2017.

With an "Eat Clean, Grabbagreen" philosophy, Grabbagreen is the first fast-food concept of its kind serving organic food items, antibiotic and hormone-free beef, poultry, whole food, fresh juice, and smoothies in the country. In addition, customers are able to choose from high-quality food at reasonable prices, including gluten-free, whole fruits and vegetables, and select organic items. 

"We are excited to offer a tasty, quick, and healthy food dining option to consumers in the Triangle," Heather Phillips says. "When you eat good, you feel good and there is a growing demand for fresh, whole food in our Raleigh community. We know residents and visitors that frequent North Hills will enjoy the accessibility that Midtown offers and the convenient and fast dining experience Grabbagreen provides."

 

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