The concept known for grab-and-go meals made with dietary needs in mind in 2015 brought in a new CEO and other members to the executive suite to expand the brand beyond its startup roots. Since then, it’s redesigned logos and restaurants, launched units inside Whole Foods stores and partnered with Starbucks to offer Snap Kitchen meals in a handful of Houston locations. The fast-casual chain is also testing a mobile app, meal delivery and grocery distribution.