We all know most fast-food restaurants are serving processed foods that are made from non-organic and unsustainable sources; animals that are not humanely raised. In addition, the processed food provides hardly any nutrients, treated with preservatives like sugar and harmful additives. On top of all that, it is pre-made, frozen and distributed.
Few days ago, I stumbled on an article about a fast-food restaurant idea that really touches on everything that we at Sophia’s Survival Food are passionate about: providing a convenient quality product while supporting local businesses and sustainable practices.
“In a nutshell, Thryve will serve only "grass-fed," "free-range," and "wild-caught" meats. They will deal only with local farms for vegetation and plants, incorporating many varieties and colors of plant species into their dishes -- providing a broader range of nutrients and flavors than typically available in what we know as fast food.”
I was very excited about this concept and went online to find their information.
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