Salata Salad Kitchen is expanding takeout and delivery options. All open locations are now offering set salads and wraps as an option for online ordering.

In addition to Salata’s typical “build your own” options, the new menu of set salads and wraps were designed to take the guesswork out of meals. The set salads include Cobb, Greek, Harvest and Chicken Caesar; wraps include Mediterranean Veggie and Southwest. Customized salads will remain available through takeout and online ordering. 

Select locations currently offering family meal packs and produce packs are now offering online ordering for these items as well as 10 packs of Salata’s fan-favorite multigrain croissants. Meal kits feature 1.5 pounds of Salata Mixed Greens, toppings, dressing of choice, four rolls and the option to add chicken or shrimp. Produce baskets include whole veggies, fruit and 10 pounds of pre-marinated chicken breasts. All open locations are also offering signature dressings in 12-ounce carafes, available through takeout and online ordering.

“Like most of our friends in the restaurant business, COVID-19 has had a significant impact on sales. However, the local businessmen and women that make up our franchise owners are working hard to provide our communities with access to fresh food,” says Michelle Bythewood, Salata president. “Adding set menu items, which feature some of our guests’ favorite flavors, is just one way we are continuing to respond in this uncertain time. As a restaurant where choice has always been a central tenant, these set salads and wraps simply give our guests additional, easy options.”

Salata locations offering meal kits, dressings and produce include: Addison, Arlington, Baytown, Beaumont, College Station, Crossroads Plaza, Energy Corridor, Frisco, Grand Prairie, HBU, Las Colinas, Med Center, Pasadena, Pearland East, Preston Center, Rosenberg, Sawdust, South Mansfield, Southlake, Spring Steubner, Sugar Land, Vintage Park and West Road.

Salata locations offering meal kits and dressings include: Baybrook, Flower Mound, Glenridge Point, Heights, John’s Creek, Kingwood, Louetta Pines, Madison Yards, Midtown Place, Pinnacle Park, Providence Square, River Oaks, West Plano and West University.

Salata remains committed to the health and safety of its guests and team members and is taking extra precautions during the COVID-19 outbreak. In addition to Salata’s normal food safety procedures team members have been trained in coronavirus-specific cleaning procedures, including using sanitizer to clean restaurant surfaces multiple times a day as recommended by the Environmental Protection Agency. Team members also always use gloves when preparing food, practice good hand hygiene, and are mandated to stay home when sick.

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