Plant Wasted, a local juice and smoothie bar in Carrollton, Ga, has recently moved locations to McIntosh Plaza.
Previously located on Adamson Square, the restaurant recently opened doors in McIntosh Plaza with the hopes of creating a more convenient shopping experience for consumers.
The smoothie and juice bar officially opened their original location on July 3, 2022 but recently began to prepare for a move in late September. They made their official announcement on Aug. 3, giving customers a detailed explanation of their plan. After selling what was left of their inventory, they officially closed their doors on the square on Sept. 14.
“We recently decided to move to the McIntosh Plaza when the opportunity presented itself to offer better parking for our customers, and hopefully receive more foot traffic around our store,” said Sales Associate Haley Landry.
Plant Wasted’s official reopening took place on Oct.14, with the store providing its entire menu for customers. They offer a variety of products ranging from raw cold-pressed juices, superfood smoothies, detox cleanse shots, and wellness bowls. They hope that their products will help their customers regain energy and live a happier, healthier lifestyle.
“In our new location, we are going to be surrounded by many other shopping stores like we were at our last location, but we now will have a huge parking [lot] directly across from our storefront,” said Landry. “We hope that not only will people walk to us once they finish shopping but that if they are coming directly to us that they have the parking availability to make it more convenient for them.”
Since the reopening, the store has experienced great success. The business is excited about the opportunity to expand and grow for the benefit of their customers.
Plant Wasted emphasized that the goal for moving locations is to grow wherever they are rooted and keep serving the community of Carrollton. For more information and updates, customers can follow Plant Wasted on social media @plant_wasted or visit their website www.plantwasted.com.
“We just want to make coming to our store the most enjoyable experience possible for them,” said Landry.
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