Vitality Bowls, the renowned Northern California-born restaurant brand that specializes in açaí bowls, smoothies, wraps, salads and more, has announced a signed agreement with local entrepreneurs, Chris and Rena Boyd, to open the health-focused superfood café in Mansfield.
The café will be at 3030 E. Broad St., and will offer a variety of unique, nutrient-dense foods that cater to residents, professionals and visitors. Focused on food allergy safety and creating meals packed with antioxidants, Vitality Bowls provides a welcoming environment for those seeking nourishing meal options that don’t compromise on taste.
“Rena and I are honored to bring the Vitality Bowls experience to Mansfield and create a warm, welcoming environment that will provide others with convenient and healthy foods. We are confident that Vitality Bowls will make a positive impact on the community through nutritious offerings that can’t be found anywhere else,” said Chris Boyd, a seasoned professional with experience in management, operations, supply chain and marketing in the consumer-packaged goods industry. “We’re both very passionate about healthy eating and the café will be a great place for people to gather and enjoy tasty food made with fresh, high-quality ingredients and superfoods. We’re thrilled to embark on this journey with Vitality Bowls.”
Over the past decade, Vitality Bowls has become an impactful leader in the health food industry. The sophisticated, dynamic cafés play perfectly into the unique collection of superfood menu items, all containing extraordinary ingredients packed with antioxidants and high nutritional value.
Vitality Bowls offers a variety of sweet and savory options, including a new menu lineup that features tropical items such as the Groovy Guava, Purple Passion and Piña Colada smoothies. Other fresh additions to the menu include nutrient-rich bowls like the Island Bowl, made with guava, organic acerola, banana, coconut shavings and mulberries, and the Beach Bowl, crafted with an organic coconut blend and topped with organic granola, strawberries, pineapple and cacao nibs. For a bright and refreshing bowl, fans can also try the new Blue Bliss Bowl, packed with pineapple, coconut, mango and blue spirulina topped with organic granola, banana, blueberries and coconut shavings.
In addition to açaí bowls and smoothies, Vitality Bowls also offers warm, savory items including salads, panini, grain bowls, wraps and toasts loaded with all natural, grass-fed and sous-vide prepared meats, nutritional ingredients and a wide range of superfood toppings. Options include the Chimichurri Steak and Potato Bowl made with super greens, grass-fed steak, grains, roasted potato, radish, chimichurri, lemon tahini vinaigrette and pepitas, and Avocado Toast with grape tomatoes, feta cheese, superseed crunch and sea salt.
“We are thrilled to welcome Chris and Rena to the Vitality Bowls family,” said Tara Gilad, co-founder of Vitality Bowls. “They have a deep passion for living healthy lifestyles and are eager to bring delicious food with health benefits to the Mansfield area. Together, they possess strong core values that align perfectly with our brand’s mission. We are beyond excited to watch them grow the brand and make a positive impact in the community.”
No date has been set for opening the new Mansfield location.
There are currently over 130 Vitality Bowls locations open and in development across the United States.
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