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MAD Greens is embracing summertime MADness with a menu item you have to sea to believe.  

The eatery, best known for its chef-inspired salads, warm grain bowls, and craveable wraps is rolling out its MAD catch of the season – the Seared Ahi Tuna Menu. Hooked on quality, each fresh menu item features wild-caught, sustainable, fair-trade certified sashimi grade tuna, seasoned with cracked black pepper and seared to perfection. 

Starting June 28, MAD Greens is offering this limited-time menu which includes a Seared Ahi Tuna Salad, Grain Bowl, and Wrap (a MAD twist on a sushi burrito) all served with a house-made Sesame Ginger Dressing. Each entrée has a 4oz serving of ahi tuna, packed with 30g of sustainably sourced protein full of omega-3 fatty acids, essential for heart health, brain function, and reducing inflammation. MAD Greens fans can order online, in stores and through third-party delivery partners, now through the end of September.  

“Eating healthy is not just a choice, it’s a celebration of self-care,” said Jeff Disanto, Director of Culinary at MAD Greens. “With the nutritious addition of sustainably caught seared ahi tuna, we hope to see many new and returning customers try our endless pairings featuring this healthy and elevated protein. Our new menu is bursting with “fin-tastic” flavors, and you can’t get these dishes anywhere else.” 

The Seared Ahi Tuna Salad with Sesame Ginger Dressing is slated to be a new favorite this summer. It includes mixed greens, red cabbage, roasted red peppers, carrots, edamame, cucumber, crispy wontons, and of course seared ahi tuna, packing this salad with extreme MAD flavor. For customers loyal to their favorite MAD signatures, it’s recommended to a try the seared ahi tuna in place of chicken or tofu on their regular Siam I Am Salad, Buddha Grain Bowl, or Athena Greek Salad.  

“These unique Asian-inspired dishes featuring the premium ahi tuna protein will continue to position us as a healthy, fresh and innovative salad concept above our competitors,” said Darden Coors, CEO of Salad Collective. “We pride ourselves on providing customers continuous opportunities to expand their palates, as they experience the powerful benefits and pleasing tastes of our healthily curated food.” 

To embrace customization, the salad concept’s team is happy to make any accommodations or recommendations to assist guests with dietary restrictions. Fans of MAD Greens should remember that the menu is completely customizable, and the MAD Greens Interactive Allergen and Nutritional Menu is available to help choose which MAD dish perfectly fits your taste. 

For more information about MAD Greens and to order off the Seared Ahi Tuna Menu, visit www.madgreens.com/

About MAD Greens

As a Colorado-born brand, MAD Greens is the #1 salad concept in the Denver market and takes pride in its fun and approachable outlook on healthy food. From the unique culinary details to fully custom menu items, MAD Greens is a place where healthy eating tastes delicious and doesn’t feel like hard work. MAD Greens currently operates 25 company-owned units and one licensed location in the Austin, Texas airport and is pursuing franchise and nontraditional unit growth in 2023 and beyond.   

About Salad Collective 

Salad Collective, the parent company of industry leading fast casual brands MAD Greens, Snappy Salads, and Tokyo Joe's, is committed to better-for-you restaurant concepts, high integrity operations, vibrant culture, amazing culinary experiences, and strategic growth. With headquarters based out of Golden, Colorado, Salad Collective houses the leadership and administrative services for its 65 company-owned restaurants throughout Colorado, Texas, and Arizona. Darden Coors stepped in as Head of Lettuce (CEO) in 2013 after AC Restaurant Group, a Coors family company, acquired MAD Greens. With an eye for growth, MAD Greens tripled the number of locations under her leadership (now at 25 locations) and then acquired Snappy Salads with 13 locations in 2019 and Tokyo Joe's with 27 locations in 2022. 

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