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Have a Super Bowl of New Orleans-Inspired Salad

Jan 29, 2013

New York, NY; January 22, 2013)—In honor of the Super Bowl taking place in New Orleans (Sunday, February 3) – and in anticipation of Mardi Gras (Tuesday, February 12) – Chop’t Creative Salad Company will offer a “Super Seasonal” salad to mark the occasion and to raise funds for Edible Schoolyard New Orleans.

Available Tuesday, January 29, through Tuesday, February 12, the NOLA Cobb celebrates the flavors of New Orleans. $1 from the sale of every NOLA Cobb will directly benefit Edible Schoolyard New Orleans, an organization that shares Chop’t’s values in supporting food, wellness, children and schools.

The NOLA Cobb

FreeBird Cajun chicken, Tasso ham, fried onions, white cheddar, corn, tomato, romaine lettuce, Jalapeno Honey Dijon dressing

In addition to single servings of the NOLA Cobb, Chop’t offers this Super Seasonal salad for parties – ideal for game day gatherings – in two sizes: Regular (up to 8 guests) and Large (up to 16 guests). For every Regular order, $5 is donated to Edible Schoolyard NOLA; $10 is donated for every Large order. Orders need to be placed a day in advance.

The NOLA Cobb is part of the Chop’t Gives initiative, established by Chop’t to support organizations that ‘better’ overall wellness, including partners Wellness in the Schools, Harlem Grown, and The Pink Pony Fund of the Polo Ralph Lauren Foundation. Through Chop’t Gives, the company Chop’t aims to donate $100,000 in the 2013 calendar year. All Chop’t locations throughout Greater New York, Washington D.C., Virginia and Maryland will be giving back.

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About Chop’t Creative Salad Company

Founded in 2001 by college friends Tony Shure and Colin McCabe, Chop’t Creative Salad Company is the creator and leader of the premium salad segment, and has expanded from its original location in New York City’s Union Square to include 19 locations in New York City, Washington, D.C., Virginia, and suburban Westchester, New York. Aiming to change the future of fast food, Chop’t pushes the boundaries of what a salad can be with its core menu of 14 Classics, 3 rotating Seasonal Specials, 25 homemade, small-batch dressings, and limited-time-only “Super Seasonals” that feature local produce only at its peak. Expanding its “Better Tastes Better” philosophy beyond its restaurant walls, Chop’t has established “Chop’t Gives,” in support of organizations that ‘better’ overall wellness, including partners Wellness in the Schools, Harlem Grown, and The Pink Pony Fund of the Polo Ralph Lauren Foundation. For more information on Chop’t Creative Salad Company, please visit www.choptsalad.com, http://twitter.com/chopt and http://facebook.com/choptsalad.

For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact Amanda Hathaway at
Wagstaff Worldwide 212.227.7575.

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