Rebecca BakerCOM 341 built in the Cherry Hill Mall in southern New Jersey, quickly outselling all of the mall’s burger and pizza franchises in its opening year. Soon, SaladWorks was gaining countlessnew fans, as well as retaining its fanatic customers. By 2002, there were an additionaltwenty-one locations, each attracting more fans. Today, SaladWorks has over 100locations in about 11 states, and is continually expanding. SaladWorks is fan-driven withits main objective to prepare and deliver a healthy experience to its customers.
With itstrailblazing leadership and sensational, fanatic’ly fresh salads, SaladWorks’ future as thenation’s #1 salad franchise is a bright one,” says John Scardapane.SaladWorks was founded by the principle of fresh, made-to-order, healthy saladsto provide its customers with a fanatic experience. Every employee is hired with theenergy, ambition, passion, and attitude to assist customers with the right choices. TheSaladWorks team knows to value each other, as well as every fan. We try to customizeeach visit and say ‘yes’ to every request, so customers feel special. Not only do we fulfillthe needs of our fans, but also the community around each location.SaladWorks takes pride into helping others, and is committed to half a dozen philanthropies, such as Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, St. Jude Children’s ResearchHospital, and Utley All-Star Animals to name a few. The company also engages in localcommunity sponsorships and donations.SaladWorks headquarters is currently located in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania,with stores operating in 11 states. The franchise hopes to expand into new US markets in2011. SaladWorks plans on continually growing in size, as well as popularity. The futurefor the nation’s number one salad franchise is promising.