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Grabbagreen, the fast-casual concept known for it's fresh and healthy alternative to fast food, announced a five-store agreement in North Carolina with Jeff and Nancy Adams of JNZR Enterprises LLC. The Adams plan to have two Grabbagreen locations open in Charlotte, North Carolina, by the end of the year.
The Arizona-based brand which has a collection of three corporate locations in Arizona, signed 28 franchise agreements and more than 180 development agreements, which are in various stages of development across the country including Arizona, Texas, California, North Carolina, South Carolina, Colorado, Idaho, New Jersey, and Tennessee over the next several years. Its first franchisee location will open this spring.
Grabbagreen has garnered a reputation for their truly fresh and healthy alternative to fast food, aiming to make nutrition delicious, quick, and convenient. Grabbagreen’s preservative-free, naturally gluten-free, non-GMO whole food menu offers a full selection of fresh juice, handcrafted smoothies, hot grains, cold greens, and fresh, antibiotic- and added hormone–free proteins provided by local farms. All signature menu items are prepared fresh, made-to-order and provide a delicious experience for customers and a variety of flavors to meet dietary needs.
"The demand for Grabbagreen continues to grow throughout the United States, and we are very happy to bring this brand to North Carolina," says Keely Newman, CEO and founder of Grabbagreen. "Grabbagreen is leading the charge to fulfill the need of people looking for healthy choices that are convenient, fast, and taste great; and we are thrilled to immerse ourselves into the Charlotte community."