Salad and Go, the Phoenix-based pick-up and drive-thru brand that’s taking the state by storm, recently filed a building permit for yet another 1,264 square-foot outpost, this time in Phoenix’s Estrella Town Center located at 7560 W Lower Buckeye Rd.
A representative of Salad and Go did not immediately return a request for comment.
Salad and Go, whose mission is to “make fresh, nutritious food convenient and affordable for all” through its unique walk-up and drive-thru-only business model, has been putting down roots all over the state since its founding in 2013 and has grown to some 50 locations across Arizona that are either open or coming soon.
At a time when $15-plus salads are the norm, Salad and Go has established itself as a cheaper alternative that doesn’t skimp on quality, with a menu of wraps, soups, and of course salads, including classics such as Caesar, Greek, and Cobb, as well as signature items like the Jalapeño Ranch, Thai, and Buffalo Chicken.
In an interview with QSR Magazine published last September, Salad and Go’s CEO, Charlie Morrison, said, “We are excited to continue bringing new Salad and Go stores to Arizona as we set our sights on new locations across the United States. Every new opening reinforces our mission to provide fresh, nutritious food that is convenient and affordable for all and is a reminder that we are the change the industry needs.
“At Salad and Go, we believe that everyone should have access to delicious, healthy food without costs, tastes or accessibility being a barrier, and we’re proud to be the industry disruptor that prioritizes democratizing fresh food for the communities we serve.”