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06. For flaunting its roots

SQUASH DROP Sweetgreen’s Koginut bowl launched last fall.

With 91 restaurants in eight states and a network of 150 farmers across the country, Sweetgreen has created a fast-casual, farm-to-table empire that’s poised to expand by (at least) another 15 outposts this year. Here’s how the company has embraced innovation

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