Industry News | October 1, 2008

Organic To Go Opens Seattle Flagship

Organic To Go (OTCBB:OTGO - News) this week opened its flagship café in Seattle, located at 1001 Fourth Avenue on the corner of Third and Madison. Its opening marks the ninth Organic To Go café in the Seattle/Bellevue area and the 33rd Organic To Go café in the U.S.

The 2,500-square-foot flagship store, formerly known as Mel’s Market, is located in the heart of the business district in downtown Seattle and introduces a spacious open-market feel with a larger footprint than other Organic To Go Cafés in the area. In addition to traditional Organic To Go café offerings, the café serves an expanded menu including custom organic personal pizzas, hamburgers and hot dogs, made-to-order pasta and hot or cold sandwiches, a 16-foot salad bar, and a comprehensive organic juice and smoothie station.

“We are excited to have a flagship location in Seattle where we can now offer our full breakfast and lunch menu,” says Jason Brown, CEO of Organic To Go. “A little more than three years after opening our first corporate grab and go café in downtown Seattle, Organic To Go is now available in over 170 locations in four regions. We have more than doubled the number of cafés in the past year from 13 to 33 cafés with 9 in the Seattle area, 10 in the Los Angeles vicinity, 8 in San Diego, and 6 in Washington, DC. We are extremely proud that this year our team has been able to continue our hometown expansion with 3 new locations in Seattle, while also launching our newest region on the east coast in Washington, DC.”

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