Speaking on Business: Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen
Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen is known for offering healthy dining options.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
It was Thomas Kreitlow’s own lifestyle changes that inspired him to start his own restaurant business, Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen. After losing 70 pounds from simply changing the way he ate, he felt so great, he wanted a healthy lifestyle to be affordable for folks. In addition to fresh-pressed juices, there’s salads and wraps, although their specialty at Pulp is healthy bowls you can customize. One of the top sellers is the SonoBowl with corn, black beans, roasted sweet potatoes and the option of brown rice or quinoa. Customers also appreciate the By the Roots salad which includes roasted root veggies, arugula, spinach and fig vinaigrette.
The name Pulp comes because they cold press their own juice and save the pulp which is then used in other recipes. This has increased sustainability and affordability because it decreases food costs, a savings Thomas says they happily pass on to their customers since they want healthy to be affordable for the average person. No matter what lifestyle you follow, Thomas says there’s something for you at Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen.
The concept has really caught on, and in four years of launching, the business has grown to include 70 employees and three locations and a new commissary facility because Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen is developing into a popular catering operation as well.
Find them online at www.pulplifestylekitchen.com.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.
Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen
With 3 locations and a commissary for catering