If you're not totally familiar with the term, allow us to give you a brief introduction.

Superfoods are culinary ingredients that have been identified to contribute key vitamins, minerals + antioxidants as part of a well-balanced diet. Below are some of the key base ingredients we use in our variety of our marquee menu items.

We couldn't be more excited to help people incorporate these delicious fruits and vegetables into their lifestyle to better their overall wellness.




Açaí is a reddish-purple berry, roughly one inch in diameter. It is the fruit of the acai palm tree, native to Central + South America. The pulp of this fruit is delicious, with a taste similar to a blackberry + extremely rich in antioxidants, more so than traditional fruits. For this reason, applications have extended into the world of beauty and cosmetics. 


PITAYA (aka Dragonfruit)

In tropical and subtropical regions in South America and Asia, pitaya grows in abundance. A member of the cactus family, it's red + green-hued outer skin resembles that of dragon scales. Within, mild-flavored, white flesh spotted with black seeds provide a taste and texture similar to a kiwi. These exotic fruits contain are rich in vitamin C, B1, B2 and B3, as well as the minerals iron, calcium + phosphorus, amongst a bevy of other antioxidants.



With historical ties to Europe, Kale made it's way across the pond to North America in the 16th century and has grown in presence within the American diet since. It is a nutritional leaf cabbage packed with nutrients like vitamins A, B6, C, E, K, beta-carotene and folate, minerals such as iron, calcium + manganese, as well as antioxidants Kaempferol + Quercetin.