Industry News | February 12, 2016

UFood Opens New Store in Logan International Airport

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UFood Grill, the award-winning fast casual franchise where “delicious meets nutritious,” has debuted a newly remodeled location in Terminal B at Logan International Airport in Boston.

Borrowing from the new prototype that was introduced last year for traditional in-line locations, the Logan remodel translates the look and feel of the new design for the airport format.

“Today’s travelers will continue to enjoy our healthy dining options now being showcased in our new fast-casual airport design,” says Sal Rincione, CEO of UFood Grill. “As our franchise network rapidly expands, the look and feel of UFood Grill will continue to raise the bar for a vibrant dining experience.”

Following the Logan remodel, UFood Grill plans to open one of the first new construction dine-in locations in the greater Boston market this year. The restaurant will be in close proximity to corporate headquarters to fulfill site visits for the growing list of franchise prospects attending UFood Grill Discovery Days. Another traditional location is also in development in Baltimore.

“Our new prototype reflected at Logan Airport and in development for traditional restaurants in Boston and Baltimore signal a new era for UFood Grill and will serve as examples for expanding the UFood Grill franchise network to more than 100 franchise locations over the next four years,” Rincione adds.

The UFood Grill menu includes chicken, beef, turkey and veggie burgers, unfries, steak tips, wraps, bowls, salads, and panini prepared fresh using natural and organic ingredients, whole grains, light cheeses, and freshly made dressings. Meals are low in calories, fat and sodium and are made to order. Nothing is ever fried. Beverages include real fruit smoothies and specialty teas. Created in a better-for-you way, UFood Grill is transforming the industry one healthy meal at a time.

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