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Health-Focused Franchise Coming to Augusta

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Clean Eatz, a franchise with over 50 locations, is opening near Sprouts Farmers Market in the shopping center near Augusta Exchange. The franchise focuses on, you guessed it, clean eating and even offers weekly meal plans to take home for your work week.

Don and Yvonne Verady started the franchise in Wilmington, N.C., and it’s grown exponentially since then. There are two locations in Georgia already, one in Columbus and one in Savannah. Augusta’s location will open up Thursday, March 4.

The location is choice, less than a mile from the Augusta Exchange, and right across from Sprouts, where health-conscious folks are already shopping.

Clean Eatz has a deep menu filled with nutritious options like the Watch Your Waist wrap, a tomato basil wrap stuffed with chicken, spinach, onion and tzatziki sauce. They’ve got turkey and black bean burgers, and a plethora of smoothie options.

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In addition to the in-house restaurant, a huge focus is on their weekly meal plan program, which offers plans including five ($38) or 10 ($68) meals, and all the way up to 21 ($128) meals.

It can help busy folks maintain a healthy diet in the midst of a hectic work week or aid those just starting their health journey get a kick-start in the eating department. Those meal plans change every week to keep it fresh, and can be a huge help to those that want to eat healthier but might not have the time or expertise to do it all by themselves.

It’s a sure-to-be welcome addition to the health-conscious eateries newer to Augusta like Pita and The Southern Salad.

Clean Eatz is located at 630 Crane Creek Dr. Suite 504, and its website is www.cleaneatz.com for more info on the menu and meal plans.

Tyler Strong is the Business Editor for The Augusta Press. Reach him at [email protected]

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