US-based quick-service restaurant Salad Station has unveiled plans to triple its footprint in the southeast region.
The company aims to increase its store count from 30 to 33 by the end of this year, with plans to add 17 additional locations by the end of 2024.
The company plans to open its first location with a drive-through facility in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, by the end of this year.
It also aims to add 50 more restaurant locations over the next two years.
Founded by Louisiana vegetable farmers in 2012, Salad Station offers quick salad-based meals to its customers.
The brand’s offerings include made-from-scratch salads, freshly prepared fruit, gourmet toppings, 16 select dressings and proprietary soup recipes.
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It has established its presence in southern states, including Texas, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Arkansas.
It also plans to expand its footprint in the state of Tennessee.
Salad Station founder and CEO Scott Henderson said: “We are laser-focused on our vision to deliver an unparalleled variety of fresh, premium ingredients, staying true to our farming heritage.
“Franchising a Salad Station is a unique opportunity to be a local hero. My mom and I opened the first Salad Station simply because we identified that our community was lacking a quick and easy way to eat a fresh and customisable meal, large or small.
“When leaving one of our locations, we hope our guest’s day is just a little brighter and they crave to have the same feeling the next day.”