Industry News | August 31, 2017

Grabbagreen Signs Franchise Agreement in Fort Collins

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As part of the brand's continued franchise efforts across the US, Grabbagreen, the Arizona-based healthy fast food concept continues to expand. Grabbagreen has awarded its latest franchise agreement in Fort Collins; the fifth Grabbagreen in Colorado to Scott Meier, Craig DeFries and Greg Smith of Smedium, Inc. This is Meier's second Grabbagreen location in Colorado and the group is currently in the site selection process in Fort Collins. Meier's first Grabbagreen location is expected to open next week at 14322 Lincoln Street, Thornton, Colorado.

“Fort Collins has really become a restaurant mecca for foodies and we are ready to give Fort Collins a fast and healthy choice,” says Meier. "As the momentum builds for our Thornton store opening next week, it was the right time to sign our next location.”

In addition to the healthy menu, all signature menu items at Grabbagreen are prepared fresh and made-to-order. They also offer a variety of options for their guests to customize their meal with the popular 'Grab Your Own' option, allowing them to create a meal according to their dietary needs. At Grabbagreen, customers simply cannot make an unhealthy choice. The whole food menu is naturally gluten-free, preservative-free, GMO free, the proteins are hormone-free and antibiotic-free. 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. 

Grabbagreen is currently franchising and operates 22 restaurants in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, New Jersey, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas. The franchise has executed 88 franchise agreements and 174 development agreements since April 2015. Grabbagreen expects to open at least seven additional stores in 2017.

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