Clean Juice appoints Tripp Setliff COO
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Clean Juice on Tuesday named industry veteran Tripp Setliff chief operating officer.
Setliff will oversee development, supply chain, training and field support for the fast-growing organic juice concept.
The Charlotte, North Carolina-based chain, which has around 120 locations, was founded in 2016 by Landon and Kat Eckles.
Setliff previously held executive positions at Jersey Mike’s Subs and Cici’s Pizza.
“As a native of North Carolina, I am proud to be part of the Clean Juice family, where my aligned core values and professional experience will be used to continue to make Clean Juice a household name,” Setliff said in a statement. communicated.
The chain’s mission is rooted in the Bible and its menu focuses on the dietary importance of organic, plant-based foods with a menu of cold-pressed juices, smoothies, acai bowls, sandwiches, wraps and more.
Last July, Clean Juice named NFL star Tim Tebow its national ambassador. Tebow said his Christian faith is aligned with the channel’s mission to be “healthy in body, strong in spirit”.
Setliff will focus not only on adding units, but also on mentoring the entire Clean Juice team, the company said.
“Tripp brings a level of expertise, drive and passion that reflects our core values, and we are inspired by his commitment and vision as Clean Juice continues historic growth and a story-rich journey,” said the CEO. Landon Eckles in a statement.
Clean Juice has grown rapidly. The juice concept saw sales rise 42.7% in 2021 from a year earlier, to $58.7 million, according to data from Technomic’s Top 500 Chain Restaurant report.
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