Oakville, Ontario – April 4, 2016 – A piece of the Okanagan Valley is coming to Langley Central, BC as the healthy fast food chain, The Chopped Leaf, opens its 30th restaurant in Willowbrook Park in the first week of April. The restaurant owner, Franchise Partner Jas Rai, also owns a Chopped Leaf restaurant at Morgan Crossing in South Surrey. The franchise’s rapid growth is testament that there’s appetite for healthy fast food.
Chopped Leaf was founded in Okanagan Valley, BC. It offers gourmet salads, soups, and wraps that appeal to all diners, including vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free consumers.
CHOPPED LEAF’S FAST EXPANSION UNSTOPPABLE, MARKED WITH 30TH OPENINGIn 2014 before Innovative Food Brands bought The Chopped Leaf, there were 18 restaurants in operation. Eighteen months later, the 30th Chopped Leaf restaurant is opening. Other impressive stats from this healthy fast casual restaurant:
“I am extremely excited to open my 2nd location! I think Langley is a perfect location. The Chopped Leaf brand fits well with the consumers in this area.”
Blair Stevens, founder of the brand, says of his brainchild,
“It’s clear that there’s a demand for healthier food that still appeals to a wider audience. There’s real value in the Okanagan Valley lifestyle of healthy eating combined with regular activity, and we’re so happy to see that the rest of Canada (and soon, beyond) agree.”