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    Organic To Go Store Opens in San Diego Airport

    Certified organic by USDA, the company opens its first grab-and-go location, the company reported.

    SEATTLE -- Organic To Go, the nation's first fast-casual café chain to be certified as an organic retailer by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), opened its first grab-and-go location franchise within San Diego International Airport (SDI), located in the food court on the first floor of Terminal 1.

    "We are very excited to launch our first franchise within San Diego International," said Jason R. Brown, CEO of Organic To Go. "Showcased in the midst of Chili’s, McDonalds, Baja Fresh and Starbucks, Organic To Go’s fresh, clean menu options and vegetarian alternatives make a great deal of sense for travelers to and from southern California, allowing for a complete set of choices. As airlines pull back from complimentary foodservice on flights, Organic To Go offers a quick grab-and-go option that is not only delicious, but also nutritious."

    Organic To Go’s fully branded premiere SDI location is managed by Concessions Management Services (CMS), and features Organic To Go’s full-service menu with branded hot soup, hot & toasted sandwiches, mini-pizzas, coffee and espresso drinks, and custom sandwiches made to order.

    Organic To Go also partners with CMS at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), where CMS operates nine kiosk locations serving Organic To Go menu items. In addition, Organic To Go partners with HMS Host and provides grab-and-go meals at one of its locations at LAX.

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