Salad and Go
Salad and Go recently opened a location at 2080 W. River Road, adding to its three stores it has in the area.
“After opening the first location in Arizona almost a decade ago, Salad and Go is now approaching 50 locations in its home state amid a year of growth and expansion to new territories,” said Charlie Morrison, CEO of Salad and Go.
“Our mission to provide fresh, nutritious food that is convenient and affordable for all is at the forefront of each new store opening. As we continue to expand throughout Arizona and beyond, we’re proud to be democratizing fresh food and giving back to each new community we serve.”
Salad and Go’s expansion is on pace to double its 2021 location count by the close of this year and yet again by the end of 2023. Plans include more locations in its home state of Arizona, as well as in Texas and Oklahoma.
At Salad and Go, guests can purchase salads, wraps, breakfast burritos and soups from a chef-created menu.
Black Rock Coffee Bar
Black Rock Coffee Bar, known for its premium roasted coffees, teas, smoothies and Fuel energy drinks, opened its fourth store in Tucson.
Located at 6393 E. Grant Road at the intersection of East Grant and Wilmot, the new Black Rock Store is the 27th in the state.
“We are grateful to have the opportunity to provide the Tucson community with fast and friendly service,” said Josh Pike, CEO of Black Rock Coffee Bar. “Our baristas set out to make someone’s day better by serving them with grace, because you never know what they may be going through that day.”
Incorporating Black Rock’s signature industrial modern design, the new 2,000-square-foot store features a large Arizona-themed mural that is designed to connect to the region.
Guided by its three principles — coffee, community and connection — the popular coffee chain’s mission is to be a positive force in the communities it serves.
Sprouts Farmers Market
Sprouts Farmers Market recently unveiled its new store at 4800 S. Landing Way in Tucson.
The Tucson community can find locally produced products line the shelves, including fresh fruits and vegetables from Martori Farms, Pacific Organic and Pinto Creek Ranches. Blue tags indicate the products are local.
As part of the grand opening celebration, the Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation awarded $100,000 to the Community and School Garden Program at University of Arizona, which supports over 60 school gardens throughout Tucson.
This location will be open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. For more information, visit sprouts.com.