Healthy Quick-Serve Gets Greener

June 3, 2008 by Mark | 0 Comments

Health Food Hut, Inc. signs 182-restaurant deal with 1 Smart Duck Management Group, using the iBuilding concept.

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QSRmagazine:

The founder of an organic quick-service restaurant has entered into a $65 million deal with green building developer 1 Smart Duck Management Group to build 182 restaurants using the 1 Odd Duck iBuilding concept, saying it is only logical to move forward with his health food franchise plans using earth-friendly facilities.

“I want healthy buildings for the planet,” says James M. Sleighter, president of Tampa, Florida–based Health Food Hut, Inc. “What’s the sense of starting a healthy quick-serve chain if your restaurants are polluting the earth?”

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