Local sourcing is integral to Sweetgreen’s business practices. The fast-casual chain features a menu of salad and grain dishes, as well as fruit juices.
BREAKOUT FACTORS • Funding/ownership change • Healthful bent • Local/sustainable products or practices Take a closer look at the factors that make these concepts breakout brands >> As consumers’ interest in local products grows, many chains are exploring ways to incorporate the goods of neighboring farmers and other purveyors into their menus. That kind of reverse engineering is unnecessary for Sweetgreen, a fast-casual brand that sells salad, ...
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