Fast food is super cheap and super convenient, but, sadly, nobody can stay healthy on a diet that consists solely of Egg McMuffins (though wouldn't it be great if we could?). A new drive-through chain in Arizona called Salad and Go is looking to put a healthy spin on the way we do fast food.
Salad and Go's menu includes a variety of customizable 48-ounce salads, as well as soups, smoothies, and wraps, and even all-day breakfast. The prices are relatively affordable as well, with salads starting at around $5.47.
The chain's cofounder Roushan Christofellis told Business Insider that their goal was to provide an alternative to all the unhealthy fast food options out there. "We know that so many of those people eating from traditional drive-thru fast food are forced to go there because they, just like me, needed something convenient and affordable, and that was their only option," she said.
Salad and Go only has six locations at the moment (all of which are in Arizona), but Business Insider reports that the chain has plans to expand to other states over the next two years or so.
There goes your excuse for not eating your vegetables.