Since the opening of its first Souplantation in 1978 in San Diego, California, Garden Fresh Restaurant Corporation has expanded to 61 salad buffet restaurants with locations in Southern California, where they are known as Souplantation, and in Northern California and ten other states, where they are known as Sweet Tomatoes. Differing in name only, the restaurants are known for their abundance of fresh, great tasting salad selections, soups, bakery items, pastas and desserts in a self-serve format, set in a casual dining atmosphere.




Fall Farm Fresh Salad

Saladworks serves up fall season salad option

Saladworks is adding the Farm Fresh Salad to its fall menu. The salad available system wide through Nov. 15, 2014.

The Farm Fresh Salad features field greens and baby kale, roasted butternut squash, turkey tenderloins, feta cheese, and red grapes, candied walnuts and Apple Cider Vinaigrette dressing.

“Saladworks’ seasonal salads have become a tradition in our stores. Our customers are continually sending us their favorites for inclusion on the menu. With this salad we are enhancing the eating experience with ethically-sourced and all-natural products that are as delicious as they are good for you. We have no doubt that the Farm Fresh Salad will become a customer favorite,” said chairman and CEO John Scardapane in a company press release.

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