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Farm-to-Table Eatery Considers Franchise Expansion in Tysons

A new casual restaurant may open in Tysons as B.GOOD considers expansion to the area.

Though the new location or opening date has not been announced, a press release noted. In addition to the new Tysons location, the company is looking for people to open new franchise locations.

“People shouldn’t feel bad about going out to eat, and B.GOOD is a breath of fresh air to people who want to know exactly what they are eating. We are thrilled to bring our ‘Food with Roots’ to Tysons,” said Ed Yancey, the B.GOOD vice president of franchise development.

The eatery originated in Boston around 2003, and all locations offer a variety of grain bowls, salads, burgers, milkshakes and smoothies. They also have a kids menu, takeout, catering options as well as an on-site dining room.

The company updates its menu seasonally and do not use artificial flavors, colors or preservatives. They also claim to use locally sourced ingredients, according to the press release.

The company is looking for franchise owners who have restaurant management experience and embrace the “farm-to-table” concept.

Currently, there are 80 locations around the world — including a few others already in the Virginia area.

Photo via B.GOOD/Facebook

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