The Dish: Sweetgreen’s Eco-Friendly Eats

Three Georgetown students set out to build a fast-casual concept of dining which is healthy and eco-friendly.

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Jammet takes a hands on approach to his entreprenurial venture. Photo by John Arundel

Jammet takes a hands on approach to his entreprenurial venture. Photo by John Arundel

Sweetgreen’s co-founder sees gold in the eating habits of DC’s harried college students and K Street professionals — on the run and always seemingly putting the wrong things in their tummies.

So with the guidance of one of their Georgetown University business professors, Jammet and two fellow students, and , set out to alter DC’s food scene with an eco-friendly menu which stands DC’s burger-friendly foodscape on its head.

Think all-natural salads, frozen yogurts and an eco-friendly mission which doesn’t mow down South American rainforests to produce Big Macs.

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  1. March 8, 2010

    […] front of The Copper Pot’s stand, we also ran into Sweetgreen owner Nicolas Jammet and PR exec Dusty Lockhart (and her baby Porter. She’s married to Mr. Copper […]

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