Feel Good Story: Haitian Immigrant Gets His Own Philadelphia Saladworks

Ricardeau ScuttToday’s feel good story of the day involves Philadelphia and SaladworksRicardeau Scutt who immigrated to Philadelphia from Haiti in 2000 was given his own Saladworks franchise by the company’s CEO after he beat out three other Saladworks employees on a Food Network hidden-camera reality show.

Philadelphia Success Story [Philadelphia Daily News]

Saladworks Launches Online Allergen Menu

Saladworks has recently launched an Interactive Allergen Menu where customers can plug in what they’re allergic to and see what they can still eat at Saladworks.

So if you have a corn allergy or just want to see what your recently diagnosed celiac sufferer cannot eat, check it out the Allergen Menu in the navigation at saladworks.com.

Fresher Salads at Morris’

Last week when Victor Fiorillo showcased the terrifyingly pale tomato he received from Saladworks we were struck with two thoughts; “oh my god that’s disgusting” and “why didn’t you go to Morris’?” Morris’ for those not in the know, is the hidden in plain sight cafeteria and salad bar located in the United Plaza building at 17th and Ludlow.

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