Salad and Go Expands Valley Footprint, Opens Another Queen Creek Location

The newest Salad and Go location will officially open in Queen Creek on Monday, January 17th.

At the new Salad and Go, guests can expect hearty salads and wraps, breakfast burritos, seasonal soup, lemonades, organic teas, and cold brew, along with healthy options for kids. Meals are fresh and made-to-order from a drive-thru for fast, friendly service at exceptionally low prices. All salads and wraps are $5.74 and include chicken or organic tofu at no additional cost. Each salad is a generous portion that fills a 48-ounce bowl with fresh, all-natural ingredients—some organically sourced—and a balance of veggies, proteins, and healthy fats. Core items like the Cobb and Caesar are complemented by customer favorites like the BBQ Ranch and seasonal chef creations offering up variety and fresh new flavors. Dressings are house-made, preservative-free, with no artificial flavors or ingredients.

To celebrate the opening, the Queen Creek store is offering a one-day only promotion on 1/17. Guests will receive a free salad or wrap with the purchase of any $2.99 breakfast burrito on Monday, January 17th, from 6:30-10:30 a.m. (when breakfast is served). Patrons don’t need anything tangible to redeem the offer and it is limit one per person present at the drive-thru.

While known for delicious and satisfying salads and wraps, Salad and Go also offers breakfast featuring $1 organic cold brew and five different breakfast burritos made with whole eggs, an all-natural tortilla, and served with house-made salsa for $2.99. All 24-oz drinks are also $1, including organic iced teas, house-made lemonades, and frozen strawberry lemonade: a great accompaniment to snack options like the $3.99 protein box or seasonal soup.

With philanthropy at its core, Salad and Go is committed to disrupting the world of fast food, changing the health of America, and giving back to local communities. In Arizona, additional ingredients are purchased directly from farmers and suppliers, specifically to make 4,000 salads each week for those in need. These ingredients are sourced direct to ensure that salads donated meet the same quality and nutritional standards as salads served to guests from stores. During opening week, the Queen Creek location will donate over 800 salads to people in need and first responders with the help of the Salvation Army Chandler Corps and other local resources.

Salad and Go was founded with a mission to make healthy food convenient and affordable, not for the few, for everyone. The concept was created for those who lead busy, dedicated lives and is focused on providing better, healthier fast food that is good for the guest and the local community. The use of raw, fresh ingredients gives guests nutrient rich meals that are satisfying and made-to-order. Everything down to the type of oil used is considered for the impact on the guest’s health making menu items vibrant with distinct, natural flavors. All menu items at Salad and Go are made from scratch and the ingredients are sourced from the highest quality partners possible, with an emphasis on local. Salad and Go was founded in 2013 in Gilbert, Arizona. The company currently operates over 40 locations across Arizona and Texas.

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