Conshohocken-based Saladworks now seems as healthy as their offerings

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

After receiving what could be considered their last rites in 2005, Saladworks has been resurrected and is growing once again.

Based in Conshohocken, there are seven Saladworks locations in Montco.

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The healthy fast-casual chain is opening more locations and expanding to more states again, writes Kenneth Hilario for Philadelphia Business Journal. 

After filing for bankruptcy in February 2015  it was acquired by New York private investment firm Centre Lane Partners. The acquisition led to the company emerging from bankruptcy.

Saladworks revealed a new image and growth strategy and in 2016 found a new president and CEO Patrick H. Sugrue.

“We knew we had a lot of cleanup, and we had to manage the brand, revitalize with new logos, new store looks, broaden our menu, and invest in marketing and technology,” Sugrue said.

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The Saladworks concept was developed in 1986 when the first store opened in Cherry Hill Mall, Cherry Hill, NJ with the idea of providing fresh, made-to-order, entrée-sized salads as an alternative food offering for consumers on the go. Saladworks provided a meal that was healthy, quickly accessible and delicious., according to the company’s website. 

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