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Grabbagreen: Health-Focused Restaurant to Open Fourth Location in North Phoenix

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North Phoenix residents looking for a healthy food option will soon have a new place to put into the rotation. Later this year, Grabbagreen will open a fourth Valley location in north Phoenix, specifically at 4727 East Bell Road. The restaurant will be located on the southwest corner of Tatum and Bell Road in the Tatum Point Shopping Center. 

The new restaurant will be the first franchised Grabbagreen restaurant to open to the public, and in the upcoming months, the company hopes to open some 15 locations in Texas, California, North Carolina, Idaho, New Jersey, and Tennessee. 

Founded in 2013, Grabbagreen specializes in all-natural, preservative-free, naturally gluten-free, and GMO-free food including fresh-pressed juice, smoothies and acai bowls, breakfast, salads, and wraps. All menu items are made to order, and can be ordered to accommodate various dietary needs. 

For more information or to order online, visit the Grabbagreen website

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