Newspaper Story: Our client Salad Creations Canada discussed the opening of it’s latest franchised store in the Bramalea City Centre.
Wednesday January 13 2010 By PETER CRISCIONE
Next Time you’re in the food court at Bramalea City Centre wondering what to eat. Try a salad.
Salad Creations, a rapidly expanding global health food chain, announced today the opening of its latest franchise in Brampton.
Brenda Bot, president of Salad Creations Canada, said her restaurants appeal to shoppers who want a healthy alternative to eating typical mall fast food.
“The concept has been welcomed with open arms by (customers) who have come to Salad Creations continually where they can create their own salad from a wide range of fresh ingredients,” Bot said.
The company launched its flagship Canadian store at 433 Yonge St. in Toronto last year and followed that up with another location on King Street and one in Mississauga’s Erin Mills Town Centre.
Bramalea City Centre is the company’s fourth location and the second one to be franchised in this country
Bot said Salad Creations has been well received by the public.
“The success of the first three Salad Creations restaurants that have opened in the Toronto and Mississauga locations has been wonderful,” Bot said.
The Bramalea location of Salad Creations is slated to officially open later this month.
“We are excited and eager to open the second franchise in Canada at Bramalea City Centre food court,” said Jay Arzadon, whose mom Maggie Arzadon runs the new Bramalea City Centre location franchise. “I’m grateful that my family is being apart of a franchise specializing in healthy food choices.”