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The Snappy Salads Story

Snappy Salads opened in 2006 with the idea that you could order the exact salad you wanted, made in minutes, with quality ingredients, in cool surroundings. Every day, we create fantastic food that will make you feel good, or even better, after eating it. And that is why we use the term "life-changing salads." It's been our pleasure to grow to 13 restaurants across the DFW area helping guests discover satisfying every day. 

In 2019, we joined forces with MAD Greens, a Colorado-based salad-centric restaurant, to create Salad Collective. This consolidated group brings together fast-casual concepts with a shared commitment to fresh, high-quality ingredients, amazing culinary experiences, and excellent customer service. 

Our Commitment to Sustainability

For us, it's all about leaving the world healthier than when we found it. That means a variety of efforts on our part...

Restaurant Design

We prioritized sustainability even before the first salad was ever sold. Our restaurants all use energy-efficient LED lighting. Our countertops are locally made from a combination of recycled brown beer bottles, green wine bottles, white porcelain, and shiny mirrors. And our tables and stools are all from salvaged wood -- one location's tables are older than our country (450 years!) and guests at our original location eat on an old basketball court.

Packaging

All our cups, utensils, and take-out containers are made from compostable or renewable resources. Our drinking cups are made from PLA, a biodegradable material derived from renewable resources, 100% U.S. grown corn. These have been in place since the very first day we opened in March 2006. It was a commitment made even before the first salad was sold.  We introduced paper straws long before it was cool...back in 2014. Over the years, we've saved the ocean from million of plastic straws. We even offer locally captured, filtered rainwater, packaged in a biodegradable bottle and sent just a few miles up I-35.

Contact

If you'd like to share anything about your most recent dining experience, we'd love to hear from you! We really do read everything you send us, because just like food, we need feedback in order to live. 

Submit Feedback

For all other inquiries, please email feedback@snappysalads.com.