The health-focused concept is actually a two-in-one. Walk-in customers looking for a traditional restaurant experience can opt for made-to-order bowls, sandwiches, wraps and burgers, along with an array of snacks. But the concept also offers a subscription plan of five, 10, 15 or 21 meals, with prices that vary according to the volume, from $7.60 to $6.10 per meal. The meal plans, priced at $38 through $128 in the aggregate, provide the "balance of protein, carbs and fats" that a formal nutritional plan would provide, without the fuss and inconvenience of having to cook, says the Clean Eatz website. Many of the selections are showcased as health boosters, from the Good for You Nachos to the wings alternative of Buffalo-style cauliflower florets.
|2018 Systemwide Sales ($000,000)||$31*|
|YOY Sales Change||28.5%|
|2018 U.S. Units||40|
|YOY Unit Change||29.0%|
|2018 Average Unit Volume ($000)||$875*|
|Future 50 Year||2019|