Located in Boston, Massachusetts, UFood has quickly developed a stellar reputation as a franchisor and operator of fast-casual food service restaurants. Today, UFood took a major step towards prominence with the announcement they have been selected to build two UFood Grills at the Salt Lake City International Airport in Salt Lake City Utah.
The restaurants will be owned and managed by franchise Hojeij Branded Foods which is a boutique company specializing in airport food and beverage concessions to the nation’s top airports. The new restaurants are part of Salt Lake International’s revitalized concessions program.
With already eight locations in Boston, Cleveland and Dallas, UFood seems to be leaving its mark on the food service industry and has many more endeavors within their pipeline. This success has come under the watch of the company’s CEO George Naddaff.
When asked what this announcement will mean to the future of UFood, Naddaff was quoted as saying, “We are very proud of our new association with Hojeij Branded Foods, a highly respected company in the airport concessions industry. Our decision to open two UFood Grills at Salt Lake City International Airport marks an important milestone in our company’s national expansion. Additionally, as with all of our airport locations, it will provide exposure for our healthy quick-service brand to a diverse audience of travelers who are seeking better-for-you meals to bring on board.”
To learn more about this company as a whole, visit their corporate website at ufoodgrill.com
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