Celebrate National Bison Month at Fresh To Order
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Celebrate National Bison Month at Fresh To Order

Fast-fine concept’s Bison Better-For-You Burger offers a delicious, healthier alternative to burgers.

July 15, 2015 // Franchising.com // ATLANTA, GA – Fast-fine” dining pioneer, Fresh To Order (f2o) is inviting guests across the country to celebrate National Bison Month with a Bison Better-For-You Burger. Each is made with fresh-ground bison and served with baby field greens, blue cheese crumbles, whole-wheat flatbread and horseradish aioli. Bison is lower in fat, cholesterol and calories than beef, chicken or pork. It also provides more iron-rich protein per ounce.

“Really, if you think about it, a bison burger is the quintessential All-American food; it’s the original American red meat,” said Pierre Panos, CEO of Fresh To Order. “ We were among the first in the restaurant business—and certainly in quick-service, to put bison on the menu. When we introduced the Better-For-You Burger line in 2012 the goal was to provide our guests with tasty and healthy alternatives to beef burgers. Since then the line has grown to be one of our most popular choices. That speaks to the quality and flavor of what we offer.”

Along with the bison burger, Fresh To Order’s Better-For-You Burger line includes two other hand-formed, freshly grilled options. The Tuna Burger features a ginger-scallion studded tuna patty served with Asian slaw and horseradish aioli. The Black Bean Burger is made from a black black/rice mix and topped with avocado, house-pickled jalapenos, corn relish and horseradish aioli, and honey mustard sauce. Each is packed with protein, low calorie and delicious.

“Our bison burger is a killer burger,” said Jesse Gideon, Fresh To Order’s COO and Corporate Chef. “We have a really deep rich bison flavor from the perfect blend of different bison cuts.” “We pair it with smoky signature BBQ sauce and sharp creamy blue cheese.” “It’s 50% messy and 100% delicious like a great burger should be!”

Along with the Better-For-You line, Fresh To Order offers a host of other delicious made-to-order dishes, including entrees, panini sandwiches, soups and salads. All are made in less than 10 minutes for around $10 and many items less than $10.

Recognized by Nation's Restaurant News as a "Hot Concept" and "Breakout Brand," Fresh To Order combines the quality of food fine-dining restaurants are known for with the efficient service and price point of fast casual. In addition, Fresh To Order is a member of the National Restaurant Association's Kids LiveWell program, designed to help parents make the healthful choice the easy choice for their children when dining out. Combine Fresh to Order’s focus on healthier, flavorful menu choices with its open-kitchen set-up and commitment to great customer service, and you have an experience like nothing else in the category.

Fresh To Order has franchising opportunities throughout the South, Mid-Atlantic and Midwest states. For franchising information, visit http://www.f2ofranchise.com/.

About Fresh To Order (f2o)

Founded in 2006, Fresh To Order (f2o), the pioneer of the innovative, "fast-fine" restaurant segment, combines the quality of food found in casual fine dining with the operating platform and price point of fast casual. With a mission to serve "Incredible Food" in under 10 minutes for around $10, f2o serves a menu of recognizable favorites with a flavorful twist, such as chef-inspired entrees, Panini sandwiches, soups and Perfect Bite Salads© . Quickly becoming one of the industry's most admired food concepts, Fresh To Order was recently named a Hot Concept! and a Top 50 Breakout Brand by Nation’s Restaurant News, Top 50 Fast Casual brands from Networld Media and selected as among QSR Magazine’s Best Franchise Deals. For up-to-the-minute information join us on Facebook www.facebook.com/fresh2order, or visit www.freshtoorder.com and www.f2ofranchise.com.

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlClKStsskg.

SOURCE Fresh To Order (f2o)

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