Growing customer demand for healthful foods is “the wind behind our backs,” said Nick Marsh, co-owner of Chop’t Creative Salad Co. in New York. The 12-year-old brainchild of two self-proclaimed “hardcore foodies,” Tony Shure and Colin McCabe, Chop’t’s slogan, “Better Tastes Better,” represents “decision criteria for the quality and creativity of the food we serve,” Marsh said. The fast-casual chain, which has ...
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