Saladworks, a fast-casual salad chain, has launched the second in a series of salads based on winning contest entries.
“Lorrie’s Salad” is made with mixed lettuce tossed with toasted almonds, avocado slices, feta chunks, roasted turkey breast and crisp pita chips in a raspberry vinaigrette.
The suggested selling price is $8.49, although prices might vary depending on the franchisee. The salad is available until August 30.
The salad is named after Lorrie Nixon of Covina, Calif., who submitted the entry. Apart from having a salad named after her, she was also given a $500 gift card.
The first winning entry was “Dana’s salad,” a mixture of iceberg and romaine topped with artichokes, mozzarella, olives, tomatoes, radiatorre pasta and shrimp. Saladworks recommended its Lemon Capri dressing with that salad.
Conshohocken, Pa.-based Saladworks has 101 locations in 11 states.
Saladworks is the nation’s first and largest fresh-tossed salad franchise concept, with over 100 locations across the country. Saladworks offers a "fanatic'ly fresh" menu of America's Best Salads with signature dressings, proprietary soups, and Focaccia Fusion sandwiches. All Saladworks salads are made-to-order, chopped on-location, and assembled right in front of your eyes. With the addition of the True Nutrition menu, Saladworks' varieties of signature salads are all 500 calories or less.