Vitality Bowls Feeds Front Liners, Spreading Hope and Nourishment One Smoothie at a Time

Vitality Bowls Feeds Front Liners, Spreading Hope and Nourishment One Smoothie at a Time

BY Whatcom Talk – There are so many folks on the front lines right now, doctors, nurses, grocery store clerks, first responders. They are working to keep us safe and healthy. Vitality Bowls has spent the better part of two weeks supporting them by keeping them fed and healthy in return. For every smoothie purchased or donated Vitality Bowls has matched it. They have delivered hundreds of smoothies to night and day shift ER staff at St. Joe’s, Bellingham Police Department, Haggen Grocery employees, the Lighthouse Mission staff,  the fire department, and more. If you would like to donate a smoothie or feel a hankering for one yourself, call in your order and swing by for curbside pick up. Turns out we don’t have to look far when we are looking for the helpers.dients.

Vitality Bowls to open in McKinney this summer

Vitality Bowls to open in McKinney this summer

BY Community Impact – Vitality Bowls is slated to open Feb. 22 at 2750 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 110, Southlake. Vitality Bowls will offer acai bowls, smoothies, juices, paninis and salads in a cafe atmosphere. The “superfood cafe” promotes health and wellness with its nutritions and fresh ingredients.

Vitality Bowls in Southlake sets February opening date

Vitality Bowls in Southlake sets February opening date

BY Community Impact – Vitality Bowls is slated to open Feb. 22 at 2750 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 110, Southlake. Vitality Bowls will offer acai bowls, smoothies, juices, paninis and salads in a cafe atmosphere. The “superfood cafe” promotes health and wellness with its nutritions and fresh ingredients.

Franchise Spotlight: Tara Gilad

Franchise Spotlight: Tara Gilad

BY Social Geek Radio – Tara Gilad is the founder of Vitality Bowls and she joins Social Geek’s #FranchiseSpotlight to share the story of this rapidly-growing brand. Tara shares some great advice for other franchisors looking to stand out in a growing but crowded market.

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Healthy Bowls Restaurant From the West Coast Rolls Into Plano

Healthy Bowls Restaurant From the West Coast Rolls Into Plano

BY Plano Magazine – In the spirit of eating healthy this new year,Vitality Bowlswill give locals another healthy dining option when it open its first location in Plano this April.

This self-professed “superfood café” specializes in açaíbowls, smoothies, juices, salads and paninis. Originating in California, Vitality Bowls currently has more than 140 locations across the country.

Local residents Suzette and Mike Crews will own and operate the new Plano location.

“Suzette and I have been very impressed by the healthy options offered by Vitality Bowls and we believe it can make an impact on our family and provide healthy and delicious alternatives to our Plano neighbors,” said Mike.

Vitality Bowls features a variety of items with high nutritional content. The antioxidant-rich menu offers breakfast, lunch and dinner items made with nutrient-rich superfoods including acerola, organic camu camu, bee pollen and more.

Popular menu items include the Green Bowl with graviola, organic spirulina and organic hemp seeds, as well as the Dragon Bowl featuring pitaya, coconut milk and bananas. The signature Vitality Bowl contains a blend of organic açaí, strawberries and honey.

Healthy Bowls Restaurant From the West Coast Rolls Into Plano

Healthy Bowls Restaurant From the West Coast Rolls Into Plano

BY Culture Map, Dallas – The hot-hot trend of restaurants specializing in healthy “bowls” has not dimmed and here’s a new one coming to Plano:Vitality Bowls, the superfood café specializing in açaí bowls, smoothies, fresh juices, salads and paninis, will open its first location in Plano, at the Polo Towne Crossing center at 2100 Dallas Pkwy., #132.

According to a release, the location is from Suzette and Mike Crews and it will open in April.

Vitality entered the DFW areain 2018, with a restaurant that opened in Preston Hollow Village. There are now two locations in Frisco and another coming soon to Southlake.

Açaí bowls are Vitality Bowls’ specialty. They feature a thick blend of the Amazon’s antioxidant-rich berry, topped with a variety of superfoods, including graviola, acerola, mangosteen, camu camu, spirulina, aronia, moringa, and maca.

Guests can choose from options such as the Green Bowl, with organic graviola, spirulina, and hemp seeds; the Dragon Bowl, with organic pitaya, coconut milk, and bananas; and the signature Vitality Bowl, with organic açaí, strawberries, and honey.

Vitality also serves juices, smoothies, soups, panini, salads, and organic kombucha on-tap.

The concept was founded in 2011 in San Ramon, California, by Roy and Tara Gilad, who discovered their daughter had severe food allergies and wanted to find alternatives.

There are currently more than 140 Vitality Bowls locations open or in development across the United States.

“Suzette and I have been very impressed by the healthy options offered by Vitality Bowls and we believe it can make an impact on our family and provide healthy and delicious alternatives to our Plano neighbors,” says Mike Crews in a statement.