Hundreds of thousands of people will be resolving to eat healthily throughout the New Year and SumoSalad is the healthy fast food alternative that Australians have been craving.
Sticking to your New Year's Resolution of eating healthy doesn't have to be hard, boring, or uncool - SumoSalad is the hip and healthy choice so you can 'Eat Large and Stay Thin in '05'.
The trendy salad store concept was established in 2002 by young gun Sydneysiders James Miller and Luke Baylis. The success behind SumoSalad's popularity lies in their simple approach to food which is: fast, nutricious, delicious and offers value for money.
SumoSalad allows customers to be directly involved in the food process with the choice of a selection of classic salads or designing your own salad by selecting your base, extras and dressings from a selection of over 50 fresh salad ingredients.
SumoSalads' menu has a distinctly Australian feel with an Asian flair that offers a wide variety of nutricius menu choices, including design-your-own salads and breakfasts. SumoSalad also offers low gylcemic index (GI), low fat and high protein options as well as vegetarian and vegan choices to satisfy the most selective eaters.
Since 2002, SumoSalad has grown from one store in Sydney's CBD to eight stores in NSW and Victoria and they are set to super-size the reputation of health food with dozens of their funky salad stores opening nationally in 2005.
SumoSalad, which also offers franchising opportunities, is on their way to revolutionising the fast food industry, "We want everyone in Australia to have access to food that is healthy, yummy and good value," said Baylis "There's no reason to eat fatty fast foods anymore. SumoSalad is the key to sticking to your New Year's resolution when you're after a fast meal."Locations:133 Liverpool St, Sydney
90 Mount St, North Sydney
Foodcourt, Westfield Parramatta, NSW
Foodcourt, Westfield Miranda, NSW
Met Centre, Wynyard, Sydney
MLC Foodcourt, Martin Place, Sydney
Shop P41, Imperial Arcade, Pitt St Mall, Sydney
Galleria Foodcourt, Bourke St, Melbourne
Run by young Sydneysiders Luke Bayliss and James Miller, SumoSalad is set to be the biggest thing in food in 2005. As well as being environementally and health conscious - SumoSalad is a franchise that is also socially responsible - with the new Victorian store donating all January profits to Oxfam's Tsunami relief appeal.