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Rocky Mountain Flatbread Food Court set to open at Vancouver shopping centre

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Vancouver –  Rocky Mountain Flatbread Food Court will offer pizzas, salads and soups made with fresh, organic, natural and locally sourced ingredients beginning Oct. 30 in the new food court at Park Royal South Shopping Centre in West Vancouver.

“We don’t believe fast food has to be bad for your health,” said owner Suzanne Fielden in a news release.

“We believe food court customers would love a fast food option which is both nutritious and delicious,” Fielden said.

The Heart & Stroke Foundation recommends that Canadians eat a healthy, balanced diet consisting of a variety of natural/whole and minimally processed foods, the release said. That means avoiding the unhealthy, highly processed foods – loaded with saturated fat, calories, sodium, sugar and trans fats – that are often found in food courts.


The new location will use 100 per cent organic local flours, local veggies, all natural local meats and 100 per cent Canadian cheese in their pizzas, salads and soups.

The menu is GMO-free, corn-free, hormone-free, soy-free and preservative free, and will include minimal use of sugars, salts and trans fats. Gluten-free is available upon request.

“Everything will be created fresh with freshly tossed salads, house-made soups and flatbread pizzas,” Fielden said.

This is the second food court location for Rocky Mountain Flatbread, which recently opened Rocky Mountain Flatbread Express in Banff, Alta.

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