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Just Salad opens first Queens location in Astoria with exclusive $5 offers

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May 10, 2024 By Queens Post News Team

Just Salad, a popular fast-casual restaurant chain known for its eco-friendly and healthy meal options, has just opened its first Queens location in Astoria.

The grand opening of its new location at 22-17 31st Street is this weekend; the restaurant had a soft opening on April 5.

Patrons will have a variety of choices, including over 15 chef-designed salads, wraps, warm bowls, soups, and smoothies. Featured items include seasonal spring salads, fan-favorite Iconic Salads like the Crispy Chicken Poblano and Thai Chicken Crunch, and eco-conscious Earth-Friendly salads that boast low carbon footprints.

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In addition, Just Salad is renowned for its Reusable Bowl Program, which encourages customers to reduce waste. By purchasing a reusable bowl, customers can enjoy a free salad topping with each reuse, aligning with the company’s sustainability goals.

To celebrate its grand opening in Astoria, Just Salad announced several in-store promotions. These include $5 Meal Days on Friday and Saturday, May 10-11, from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. There will also be a VIP Bowl Day on Monday, May 13, offering $5 meals to customers using reusable bowls. On Tuesday, May 14, Just Salad will extend the same $5 discount to community workers.

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Founded in 2006, Just Salad operates over 80 locations across New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts.

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“Eco-conscious Earth-Friendly salads that boast low carbon footprints”…sounds awesome. But if requested, can they provide documentation to verify these claims?


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