At sweetgreen, we like to keep our fruits, vegetables, and menu fresh. We also like to hear your fresh ideas on how we can improve and switch up our offerings. To help with these goals, we’re proud to introduce the sweetgreen Dupont test kitchen!
If you’ve stopped by Dupont in the past two weeks, you may have seen some exciting new additions to the menu. We’re using our Dupont location to craft and test innovative new menu offerings, making the most of seasonal produce and local products from the weekly farmer’s market located just behind our kitchen.
So - what exactly are we testing?
- We’re celebrating the seasons, and instead of serving monthly seasonal salads, we’re offering three summer salads
- We’re also making a few new ingredients and dressings in-house, including a spicy cashew dressing, a blue cheese dressing (using local cheese from Firefly Farms) and a housemade hummus
- We’re using these ingredients to create new salads and rice bowls, like the Rad Thai and Hummus Tahina
For now, these new items are only available at our Dupont location.
Share your thoughts on our new creations on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram using the hashtag #sgtestkitchen
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