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Grand Opening in Summerland

Chopped Leaf

Summerland’s newest restaurant is offering 50 free meals as part of its grand opening celebration later this month.

The Chopped Leaf opened in March in the strip mall located 7519 Prairie Valley Rd., as part of a chain of 110-plus locations across Canada that was launched in Kelowna in 2009.

The restaurant specializes in healthy options for lunch and dinner with customizable salads, bowls and wraps.

“I’m excited to bring fresh and healthy food options that support an active lifestyle in my community of Summerland,” said franchisee Lara Scarfo, whose family has resided in town for 14 years.

“The Chopped Leaf’s commitment to fresh and diverse ingredients, along with its focus on community well-being, resonates deeply with me. I believe in the brand’s potential to make a positive impact on people’s lives,” she continued.

“My long-term vision is to establish our Chopped Leaf as a cornerstone of the community – a place where individuals can gather, enjoy nourishing meals, and engage in healthy lifestyle choices. I aim to create lasting relationships with our customers and be recognized as a hub for wellness and good food.”

The grand opening is set for Saturday, April 13, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The first 50 customers will eat free, while everyone who follows will get 50% off their bills.

The Chopped Leaf was created by Kelowna man Blair Stevens, who sold the concept in 2014 to Ontario-based Donato Food Corporation, which operates another restaurant chain called Teriyaki Experience.


See the original article here on Penticton Herald


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