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    Souplantation, Sweet Tomatoes Launch Catering and To-Go Programs

  • Industry News July 8, 2019

    Garden Fresh Restaurants LLC, which is known for its 97 Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes restaurants nationwide, announced the nationwide launch of its new to-go and catering programs. Guests can now purchase a Craveable Tray for $9.99, which features a build-your-own fresh salad, 16-ounce pint of anything delicious, and a freshly baked bakery bag with a half dozen mix and match items. The Craveable Tray is convenient and easy to take on the go so guests can enjoy all of their favorite dishes from Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes, including made-from-scratch soups, warm bakery items and fresh, create-your-own salads from the 50-foot salad bar.

    "We're excited to offer our guests the opportunity to take our fresh options on the go," says Corry Reid, Vice President of Marketing at Garden Fresh. "Bringing people together to share a delicious meal is something we value the most, and now, whether that's in our restaurants or on the go, guests can continue to enjoy all their Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes favorites, anytime and anywhere."

    In addition to the new Craveable Tray, guests can also purchase a la carte items like salads, soups, focaccia pizzas and sides by the pint ($4.99) or quart ($6.99), as well as bakery items by the half dozen ($4.99) or full dozen ($6.99). For large events or gatherings, guests can now consider Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes' new catering program, which offers customizable combos and bundles of soups, salads, sides and bakery items that feed up to 25 people, starting at just $40.

    Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes use fresh fruits and vegetables to create homemade recipes from scratch daily, inviting people to come together for a dining experience where farm meets the table. With more than 15 million ways to customize a salad at Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes, there really is something for everyone.

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