If you live in Vancouver, you can’t seem to go a day without spotting a Tractor Foods location. They’ve been popping up all over the city over the last few years and they’re at it again.
But this time, their new location will be completely digital. For their seventh storefront (sixth in Vancouver), they’re introducing an entirely new concept—Tractor Digital.
In a time when take-out and food delivery are so prominent—the eatery is looking to make healthy foods more accessible.
Tractor Digital is launching June 10 and it aims to provide ready-made healthy eats at the click of a button. The “grab & go” kitchen will be located in Park Place on Burrard Street.
All customers have to go is place their order online or through the Tractor app, then swing by the new location to grab the order with their name on it. You can also select the desired pick up time at check out to make sure you’re not waiting long for your food during that busy lunch rush.
“We believe that eating healthy should be an easy decision, so we’re making it even more accessible through leading-edge technology that will allow us to provide exceptional convenience and high-quality to Tractor customers. We’re thrilled to be able to bring this new concept to Vancouver diners,” said Steve Clarke, co-founder of Tractor Everyday Healthy Foods.
Because it’s a digital location, there won’t be any dine-in seating. The entire 1,800-square-foot location features a massive kitchen where staff members can serve more customers with fast food that is good for you.
Tractor is known for its seasonal menus of locally sourced salads, sandwiches, soups, stews, and bowls made-to-order.
When: Opening Monday, June 10 2019
Where: 666 Burrard Street, Vancouver
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