Worlds First ‘Organic,’ All-You-Can-Eat Salad Bar Opens in Seattle Suburb
Zoopa, an all-you-can-eat soup, salad, and bakery buffet may be the very first all-you-can-eat salad bar since the Garden of Eden.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 31, 2014
After a season of planning and building renovations, Zoopa opened the doors in January 2014. This opening coincided with many New Year’s goals related to getting fit and eating more healthfully. Visit EatZoopa.com for more info. Many of us have grown accustomed to paying around $10 per pound for a good salad bar. Zoopa is the first of its kind to offer an all-you-can-eat option, that includes mostly organic ingredients.
Zoopa guests enjoy the familiar all-you-can-eat buffet, while being refreshed through the new focus on fresh, organic, and flavorful foods. Specifically, guests can enjoy locally grown organic vegetables and salads offered daily, along with house-made soups, pizzas, and baked goods. Zoopa sources the freshest organic produce and ensure that guests always enjoy the highest quality seasonal produce.
Zoopa’s head chef is partnering with some other big names in the local Seattle food scene, as part of the revamped menu. The first step to providing amazing organic produce was to bring in Freggies, an organic produce delivery service. Freggies delivers organic produce to residences and businesses, including restaurants, throughout the greater Seattle region and has plans to expand to additional cities in 2014. The second step in Zoopa’s innovation was forging a relationship with Full Tilt Ice Cream, a local creamery which makes amazing frozen treats. Zoopa will debut with some of Full Tilt’s custom flavors and dessert ideas. Finally, Zoopa connected with Seattle Bagel Bakery to bolster Zoopa’s bakery selection, which will offer SBB bagels, pizza dough, and other delights.
Zoopa joins the Tukwila (southern burb to Seattle) community as a part of the solution to keep “real food” costs as low as possible. A Zoopa representative shared that “many people are forced to eat what we call ‘non-food,’ which is made in a factory and sold in a package instead of raw, fresh, organic, health food that is grown on a farm. Zoopa is passionate about being a place where everyday folks in this community can enjoy affordable, healthy, and great-tasting food.”
The Tukwila Zoopa will reside at 393 Stranger Blvd. Tukwila, WA 98188, right across from the Westfield Southcenter Mall. Zoopa is also expanding through franchising, and those interested in joining the Zoopa team, as an employee or Franchise Partner, should contact info(at)eatzoopa(dot)com or call 206-575-0500. Fans of Zoopa can also gain more information about the restaurant and find the latest deals by "liking" their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/eatzoopa or tracking their tweets at @EatZoopa on Twitter.
Zoopa is an all-you-can-eat soup, salad, and bakery buffet that offers organic vegetables and salads (offered daily), along with house-made soups, pizzas, and baked goods. Zoopa was previously operated by Fresh Choice, a California corporation which was forced to reorganize in 2012, resulting in all Zoopa locations closing. Zoopa was revived by a Seattle local, Jerrod Sessler, who is passionate about health and providing real food options to the community. Zoopa has re-emerged as a franchised business and anyone looking to gain information about Zoopa or becoming a Franchise Partner can find more information by emailing info(at)eatzoopa(dot)com or calling 206-575-0500.
Zoopa owner, Jerrod Sessler is also the Founder and CEO of HomeTask, a multi-brand service focused franchisor including Blue Crew, Freggies, Pet Butler, Lawn Army and Yellow Van Handyman. He is a former NASCAR driver, US Navy veteran, engineer, cancer survivor and author. He lives in Seattle and enjoys life with his wife and three kids. You can connect with Jerrod through his Twitter or Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jerrod-Sessler/94230561313
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