Adding Green to Quarry Park, AB with Newest Chopped Leaf Opening By Jodelle Faye De Jesus
Oakville, January 23, 2017 – Chopped Leaf, the fast-casual restaurant chain offering a better-for-you food experience, opens its location in the Quarry Park community in Calgary, Alberta. The newest addition to The Market in the Quarry Park community is courtesy of Chopped Leaf Franchise Partner Nathan Bosch.
Perfect Timing: Delicious, Nutritious Food to Start the New Year
Established in 2009, Chopped Leaf is an emerging brand within the fresh-casual restaurant landscape that offers better-for-you food: salads, wraps, sandwiches, soups, whole bowls, and so much more made with simple, natural ingredients. It offers vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options to accommodate different lifestyle needs.
Handcrafted and fresh, the Chopped Leaf is known for its high-quality menu and convenient service – the perfect combination for the start of a new year when people are more conscious of their health and fitness needs. The Chopped Leaf offers nutritious food to keep its guests on the go and keep them properly energized.
Chopped Leaf Location and Hours
Franchisee Nathan Bosch says, “We are very excited to be opening our second location. We have been very happy with the support and dedication of the Chopped Leaf team helping make this all happen for us. We are thankful to be a part of such a great growing brand and look forward to the years to come!”
The 40th Chopped Leaf restaurant is in The Market at Quarry Park, 163 Quarry Park Boulevard. Their hours are: Monday-Friday 9am-8pm, and Saturday and Sunday 10am-7pm.
About The Chopped Leaf:
Proudly Canadian, The Chopped Leaf has now over 58 locations open and committed to open within Canada and the USA. We are a lifestyle brand that offers delicious, handcrafted meals, served fresh and quick for a better-for-you experience. Find The Chopped Leaf on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit us at choppedleaf.ca.
Anna Datri, VP Marketing & Communications
Jodelle De Jesus, Communications Coordinator