A new outlet for fresh, seasonal salads and artisan coffee is coming to the Merchant City.
Launching in August, sprigg promises to rethink how we refuel on the go, and is set to open its doors on Ingram Street next month.
Freshness, flavour and convenience is the name of the game at sprigg, as they aim to change the way we eat on the move.
A spokesperson told I Love Glasgow: ”It can be difficult to maintain our personal eating preferences when faced with a tightly packed schedule. This often means that we need to compromise on freshness and flavour to find something that will keep us full.”
Their customisable breakfast and lunch bowls will be fresh, fast and affordable. With an ethos of simplicity and quality flowing through everything that happens at sprigg.
The team behind sprigg hope to prove that Glasgow city centre isn’t just for established operators with deep pockets. As they aim to fly the flag for independent startups and encourage other small businesses to make their mark too.
Re-evaluating what members of staff can expect from their employers, sprigg told I Love Glasgow that they will be paying the UK living wage, as well as providing profit sharing options: ”We feel passionately about the type of food and coffee we’ll be serving up but looking after our staff and doing business the right way is just as important.”
A cashless payment system will keep operations quick, clean and secure and a partnership with local recycling specialist, Changeworks Recycling, means that all used food packaging can be fully recycled if returned to the store.