Oakville – January 21, 2016 – Red Deer, Alberta demanded more chef-designed greens and proteins, and The Chopped Leaf answered. A second Chopped Leaf location is now open to serve fast casual food in Red Deer County thanks to Alberta franchisee Livia Larin Young.
Ms. Young introduced Red Deer residents to The Chopped Leaf with a store location in Gasoline Alley to expand their offering and catering of fast casual food. The Chopped Leaf also serves its chef-designed soups, wraps, and salads in 129 Leva Avenue.
The fast casual food chain is the healthy alternative for those needing a boost of nutritional value on the go.
Ms. Young shares excitedly:
“We are excited to be expanding our capacity for catering so that we are better able to meet the growing needs of Red Deer and surrounding area. … We receive comments daily from customers appreciating that there is now a healthy fast casual food alternative in Gasoline Alley.”
The Chopped Leaf is also slated to open its doors in Ontario in Spring 2016.
About The Chopped Leaf:
Founded in 2009, The Chopped Leaf is an emerging quick service restaurant (QSR) concept that offers chef-designed salads, wraps, soups and sandwiches at 23 operating locations throughout British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. For more information visit www.choppedleaf.ca. Find The Chopped Leaf on Facebook at facebook.com/choppedleaf and on Twitter at twitter.com/choppedleaf.
Jodelle De Jesus
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