Ediblend Superfood Joins Mother Road Mkt.

HAPPY SISTERS: Amy Murray and Piper Kacere are all smiles over their new location in the Mother Road Market.

Health food enthusiasts in Tulsa are rejoicing as Ediblend Superfood Café proudly announced its fresh kiosk at the upcoming 27,000 square foot food hall recently. The fresh kiosk will feature ediblend fan favorite items including its signature grab-and-go blends, salads, breakfast items and snacks. The upscale, modern ediblend concept promises to be a quick and convenient way for Mother Road Market-goers to fuel up with whole food options.

 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.

“Our mission is to help our clients believe they can live a healthy lifestyle, empower them to make good choices and transform them with superfoods that will nourish from the inside out,” says Kacere. “As native Tulsans, we care about the health of our community. With the addition of the Ediblend fresh kiosk at the Mother Road Market, we’ll be providing plant-based, whole food options so Tulsans and tourists alike can have a healthy choice at their disposal.”

“Mother Road Market is proud to welcome another thriving women-owned business to our tenant mix,” says Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation Elizabeth Frame Ellison. “Ediblend’s raw, vegan menu has been a favorite of our team since they brought samples to judges during their pitch at the Tulsa Startup Series in 2014! We are thrilled to work with this incredible company again to offer our customers a healthy, vegan and raw meal or snack.  Mother Road Market has an innovative, exploratory nature so we hope our visitors will enjoy trying a new blend or maybe a superfood they haven’t otherwise had the opportunity to try!”

“We look forward to being part of this exciting food collective in Mother Road Market that is engaged with the city of Tulsa and aims to be a destination for people looking to connect over wonderful meals and time spent together in a unique and vibrant marketplace,” says Murray.

Ediblend will continue to operate its two locations at 2050 Utica Square and 10115 S. Sheridan Rd., while opening the new space in Mother Road Market as their third location. They join previously announced tenants Andolini’s on the Mother Road, Bakeshop, Big Dipper Creamery, Bodhi’s Bowl, Metropolis, OKCookieMomster and The Wurst, as the list of occupants continues to grow.

Project completion is expected in late summer 2018. The overall estimated economic impact for the first year of Mother Road Market is $23 million. There are just a few 320 sq. ft. shops still available for lease. Benefits of opening at Mother Road Market include affordable rent (including utilities), a fully programmed community space filled with seasonal, fun events, an ideal location along historic Route 66, a dynamic network of innovative business owners and entrepreneurs, and more. Interested parties should contact Jeff Thompson, General Manager at jeff@lobecktaylor.com.

Updated 05-22-2018

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