Conshohocken-based Saladworks ups its game with new supermarket location

After filing for bankruptcy in February 2015, Saladworks emerged from bankruptcy and revealed a new image and growth strategy and in 2016.( file photo)

With six locations in Montgomery County and based in Conshohocken, Saladworks is fairly accessible to folks in the county. But it’s even easier now to load up on those leafy greens.

Saladworks entered the grocery channel with its first in-supermarket location at a local ShopRite “to prepare for omni-channel alternatives” as food industries begin to merge. Nearly three years since an acquisition lifted Saladworks out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy, in 2018 it will focus on using technology to reach a greater number of consumers, writes Kenneth Hilario in the Philadelphia Business Journal.

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“You’ve ordered meals to be delivered to your home, gone to restaurants to sit down, and you’ve picked up meals you ordered ahead,” President and CEO Patrick Sugrue said. “You’ve gone to a grocery store and bought a pre-made meal. These are all multiple channels and they’re merging.”

Saladworks got things rolling last week by opening a 150-square foot store in the ShopRite supermarket located at the Penrose Plaza shopping center on Island Avenue in Philadelphia.

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