DoorDash and sweetgreen become innovation partners.
DoorDash, the on-demand logistics platform, has become part of many people’s food ordering routine. While convenience is important, many people do not want to sacrifice healthy eating option. With the just announced sweetgreen partnership, healthy and convenient can go hand in hand.
Even as more people discover the joy of cooking, healthy, convenient food options can simplify meals. A common reason that people do not grab the big bowl of leafy greens or steamed fish is because other options are just easier. When a brand can make tasty, healthy food convenient, people are more willing to enjoy that bite.
For those unfamiliar, sweetgreen focuses on bringing real food to consumers. The fast causal restaurant believes that the connection between grower, food and consumer is paramount. In a way, each space creates a community around real food.
On the menu, there are a variety of salads, warm bowls and plates. While seasonal dishes offer additional variety, the plates options are the newest menu addition. These six options offer robust flavors while staying within the healthy eating ethos of the brand.
The six options are: “Herby Fish + Rice, Chicken Chimichurri, Hot Honey Chicken, Miso Chicken + Cauli Rice, Tofu Steak + Sweet Potatoes and Shroomy Asada. While all six options are quite tasty, the Hot Honey Chicken could replace your fried chicken craving.
The Hot Honey Chicken flavors chicken thighs with a hot honey mustard. It is a great way to see how mustard can bring a bold flavor. Served with roasted sweet potatoes, warm quinoa and kale-cabbage slaw, the plate has a variety of textures. Plus, the roasted almonds are like little presents waiting to be uncovered.
To celebrate this DoorDash and sweetgreen partnership, customers can get $5 off any plate order. The offer is available May 27 through June 2 and guests are encouraged to use the code SGPLATES at checkout.
Real food is now at your fingertips. No more excuses. Place a sweetgreen order via DoorDash and taste the difference.
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