Drive-Thru Without The Cost Of Poor Dietary Choices
Arizona-based chain aims to make 'fast' food as healthy, expedient and accessible as the salad bar
“Why can’t we just get something fresh and healthy through a drive thru that tastes great too?” That was the question that drove owner Roushan Christofellis to open her first Salad and Go, a healthy fast-food restaurant, in 2013. Three years later, there are six locations and expanding, and are doing their part in meeting our insatiable hunger for fast food (70 percent of our dining out happens at fast food joints) in a manner that won’t bring about adverse health effects in the long run.
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