Anthony Pigliacampo believes the scalability of a quick-service restaurant model can be applied to a healthful concept. His evidence: Modmarket, a fast-casual restaurant he designed to offer simple, whole ingredients — locally grown or organic, when possible, and all freshly cooked in house. The first Modmarket restaurant opened in Boulder, Colo., in 2009, and the chain now has four units in the state. Pigliacampo, co-chief executive of the fast-casual chain, and business partner ...

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