It’s not always easy to eat healthy, especially on the go.
By Aly Peterson | Photos by Tess Comrie
However, after checking out a few restaurants all across Utah I came across one I fell in love with. Aubergine and Company is a fast-casual restaurant that serves a large variety of people healthy and delicious food. This company makes decisions based on health fundamentals, and customers can certainly tell. Not only do I walk away feeling great after eating a meal there, but I walk away with the satisfaction of knowing that I just gave my body the nutrients it needs and I enjoyed it along the way.
Aubergine and Company says, “It’s not just about what you eat, or what it’s made from. We are driven by principles, by a vision. We don’t want you to just eat different, we want you to feel different.” Some of their principles include combining delicious and healthy, focusing on nutrients instead of calories, using fruit to add sweetness first, making food from scratch, eating good fats and avoiding bad ones, and only grilling or baking (never frying). Since they don’t believe in diets, calorie counting, or trendy programs, they help make healthy living easier, more convenient, and more enjoyable. Whether you are a vegetarian, vegan, or meat-eater, Aubergine makes you feel different.
Aubergine and Company offers Mediterranean salads & sandwiches, chopped salads, soups, smoothies, acai & pitaya bowls, breakfasts, and desserts. What makes this restaurant a great option for many people, including those with allergies or special diets, is that many of the options are gluten free, vegan, and/or dairy free. This company has locations in Orem, Lehi, and Sugarhouse and also offers the option to order online or request catering.
Give Aubergine and Company a try today by stopping in at one of their locations. CLICK HERE (www.aubergineandcompany.com) to view their website and find more information on this amazing company. This restaurant is now one of my favorites and I’m sure you’ll love it just as much as I do!
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