BY CW33 – You may love to throw back a couple of green beers in honor or St. Patty’s Day, but if you want to eat something healthy Vitality Bowls has you covered! Darrell Berry, Franchisee of Vitality Bowls, showed Oliver Tull exactly how to put together a healthy and delicious Green Bowl.
It’s green in celebration of the holiday, but packed with ingredients to keep you full and fit. Vitality Bowls also offers a wide range of healthy soups, salads, panini sandwiches, smoothies, juices and more!
The Green Bowl is Graviola blended with Unsweetened Almond Milk, Dates, Spirulina, Kale, Spinach, Strawberries, and Banana.
It’s then topped off with Organic Hemp/Flax Seed Granola, Banana, Kiwi, Organic Sprouted Pumpkin Seeds, and Honey. read more
BY PHOENIX BUSINESS JOURNAL – A California cafe has announced franchising plans for four cities in Maricopa County.
San Ramon, Calif.-based Vitality Bowls is currently in seek of franchisees in order to expand to locations in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Glendale and Mesa, tapping essentially every corner of the Valley.
The cafe specializes in acaí bowls, the increasingly popular dish which is “basically a really thick smoothie that’s been topped with oatmeal, fruit or peanut butter, and then you wolf it down with a spoon.”
According to a press release, the four Valley cities were chosen for expansion plans because of their “strong mix of attractive residential and growing business communities.”
Vitality Bowls currently has 20 locations in Texas, Florida, California, Colorado and Indiana and has 30 locations under way.
The concept was founded in 2011.
BY THE SACRAMENTO BUSINESS JOURNAL – Ashamed of the nacho cheese you consumed while binge-watching? A new business in Roseville can help — but you’ll have to wait until May. That’s when Vitality Bowls, a San Ramon-based franchise, expects to open its first area store. The company is billed as a “superfood cafe” with a menu that includes acai bowls, smoothies and raw juices made fresh to order. Expect ingredients such as flax seed, bee pollen, kale and spirulina at the new location on Douglas Boulevard. Founded in 2011, Vitality Bowls has gained a following in places such as Irvine and Miami Beach. Think your city’s suffering from a spirulina shortage? Don’t worry. The owner of Roseville’s Vitality Bowls plans to eventually open additional sites in the region. read more