Industry News | March 31, 2017

Grabbagreen to Open First Minnesota location

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Arizona-based food+juice restaurant, Grabbagreen, will open its first Minnesota location this weekend on April 2. The fast casual food + juice restaurant known for specializing in organic food items, antibiotic, and hormone-free beef, poultry, fresh-pressed juice and whole food smoothies will open under franchise partner Rocky Osborn of Zoom Healthy, LLC. Grabbagreen is located in the 71 France Project; a mixed-use campus that blends housing and retail at 7153 France Ave S, Suite. Centrally located in Edina just minutes from Downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul and steps away from upscale shops and dining.

"I can't express how excited we are to bring the first Grabbagreen to the Midwest," says Osborn. "Grabbagreen will satisfy a growing consumer demand in the Minneapolis/Edina community, and greatly empowers people to eat healthy food on-the-go. The best part about Grabbagreen is that you cannot make an unhealthy choice. Our entire menu is flexible with our 'Grab Your Own' option, allowing customers to truly create a meal according to their dietary needs."

The whole food menu is naturally gluten-free, preservative-free, GMO free, organics make up 70 percent of Grabba Grain and Grabba Green signature menu items and hormone-free and antibiotic-free proteins. In addition to the healthy menu, all signature menu items at Grabbagreen are prepared fresh and made-to-order. The menu offers a full selection of grain and green-based bowls, fresh-pressed juice, handcrafted smoothies, acai bowls, kid-friendly items, and a healthy breakfast menu that is available all day long. 

The Edina location will be open Monday-Saturday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. The 1791-square foot space has modern decor and the energetic ambiance appeals to everyone from children to adults.

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