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Ediblend Announces Fresh Kiosk at CTCA


HEALTHY BLENDS: Jay Foley, CTCA Tulsa president and CEO, with Amy Murray and Piper Kacere of ediblend at the hospital’s main gallery.


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Ediblend has announced its partnership with the Tulsa location of Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) in bringing plant-based whole food in a fresh, convenient kiosk for patients, caregivers and employees.

The fresh kiosk, located in the hospital’s main gallery, features ediblend fan-favorite items including their signature grab-and-go blends, salads, breakfast items and snacks. The fresh kiosk promises to be a quick and convenient way for visitors and patients alike to fuel up with whole food options 24/7.

“We are excited to offer healthy, to-go, whole-food options around the clock to our patients, caregivers and staff with this new ediblend kiosk,” says Jay Foley, CTCA Tulsa president and CEO.

Owned by sisters Piper Kacere and Amy Murray, ediblend has been in business since 2014, inspiring Tulsans to live a healthier lifestyle by choosing restorative, plant-based foods and blends. Ediblend focuses on making plant-based, whole food undeniably delicious and accessible to the community of Tulsa. Its new, fresh kiosk concept is the first of its kind in Tulsa and is light years ahead of the traditional vending machine. Cutting-edge technology allows for a unique user experience in addition to functionality like the ability for ediblend to see inventory in real-time, making quality service possible.

Amy Murray, co-owner of ediblend, says “We have seen many of our own clients transform their lives with a plant-based lifestyle and we can’t wait to offer fresh, plant-based options for the amazing patients and staff at Cancer Treatment Centers of America.”

As native Tulsans, Piper and Amy care deeply about the health of our community. “Our mission has always been to empower our customers to make good eating choices with superfoods that will nourish from the inside out. To be able to launch our fresh kiosk concept at such a tremendous facility as CTCA is a unique privilege for us,” says Kacere.

Ediblend will continue to operate two locations at 2050 Utica Square and 10115 S. Sheridan Rd., while launching their fresh kiosk concept at CTCA. Following this endeavor, it will also be launching an additional fresh kiosk at the Mother Road Market.
“Our growth has been largely customer driven and this new concept is no exception. We wanted to develop a way to get our plant-based products in the hands of more people in a quick and convenient way that made financial sense,” says Murray.

Ediblend offers an expanded menu at each of its two café locations, including made-to-order blends, acai bowls in addition to one and three day cleanses.

For more about ediblend superfood café and a complete café menu, visit www.ediblend.com or Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat @ediblendcafe. For more about Cancer Treatment Centers of America, visit cancercenter.com, Facebook.com/cancercenter and Twitter.com/cancercenter.

Updated 08-13-2018

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