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    Original ChopShop Debuts New Superfruit Bowl

  • Industry News December 13, 2018
    Original ChopShop
    The Avocado Nice Cream is freshly blended with a whole avocado, spinach, pineapple and apple juice and topped with granola, strawberry, banana and dark chocolate shavings.

    Original ChopShop believes that food should make you feel good. That’s why the brand crafts every item with delicious, premium ingredients to leave you energized, nourished and refreshed.

    With this in mind, the neighborhood eatery known for crafting “Just Feel Good Food” has debuted a new Superfruit Bowl. The Avocado Nice Cream is freshly blended with a whole avocado, spinach, pineapple and apple juice and topped with granola, strawberry, banana and dark chocolate shavings. Original ChopShop takes pride in customizing its offerings to meet any dietary need, so the bowl can be made gluten-free upon request.

    “Eating well on a consistent basis can be challenging, especially if you don’t have time to prepare meals,” says Jason Morgan, CEO of Original ChopShop. “That’s why we are constantly experimenting with wholesome, peak-season ingredients to craft great-tasting, nutritious food for our guests to enjoy. Our Avocado Nice Cream is a delicious, feel-good treat that provides the perfect boost you need in the midst of the holiday hustle and bustle.”

    Avocado Nice Cream is available through Dec. 31, so be sure to visit Original ChopShop to enjoy this seasonal sensation before it’s chopped from the menu.

    Original ChopShop provides a warm, welcoming place where guests “Fuel Their Well-Being” with flavorful food made on-site from scratch with real, quality ingredients. The team at Original ChopShop is proud to offer customizable food for “Every/Body,” providing a variety of dietary-friendly items for adults and children, including food free of gluten, dairy, lactose and soy, along with vegetarian and vegan options. Catering is also available for groups of all sizes.

     

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