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Salad Restaurant Chain Implements Million-Dollar “Fresh First” Policy

March 6, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Texas-based salad restaurant chain Salata said it is spending a million dollars to upgrade its ingredients under a new “Fresh First” policy. The company is using only antibiotic-free chicken, real butter, premium ingredients, no artificial additives, and cage-free eggs. It also plans to reformulate its protein marinades to reduce sodium levels, and switch to organic tea for all iced tea selections. In addition, the company will only sell sodas that contain no high fructose corn syrup at its 50 corporate and franchised locations in Texas, Southern California and Illinois.
"Salata Announces 'Fresh First' Clean Ingredients Commitment In 2016", News release, Salata, March 06, 2016, © Salata
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