WHITINSVILLE, MA: Join the Blackstone Valley Chamber of Commerce (BVCC) on Monday, November 7, 2022, at 10:00am for a special ribbon cutting event at The Green Plate, LLC, 167 Church Street, Whitinsville. This special event will celebrate The Green Plate’s 5-year anniversary, and also introduce their new franchising opportunity!
The Green Plate is a unique “fresh casual” cafe focusing on healthy, creative and delicious meals, using whole food ingredients, without compromising flavor. Their vision is to feed our family, friends, and community, delicious, freshly prepared meals that will make them feel good about eating healthy! All of the meals prepared are 100% Gluten Free, with many Vegan and Vegetarian options as well. The Green Plate offers a wide variety of options ranging from, soups, salads and wraps, to pizza, “bunless” burgers, sweet treats, smoothies, frozen heat & eat meals for nights where you don’t feel like cooking, and much more. Their famous build your own bowl allows you to create your own meal bursting with lean protein, veggies, and flavor!
Owner, Danielle Desrosiers stated, “We have come such a long way in 5 years, offering 100% gluten free food. What started out with a limited menu now offers so much more. We are honored to be celebrating our 5 year Anniversary serving the Blackstone Valley community.”
Jeannie Hebert, President & CEO of the Blackstone Valley Chamber of Commerce, said, “The Chamber is thrilled to support Danielle and The Green Plate on their 5th Anniversary celebration and especially their expansion to franchising. The Green Plate has brought wonderful healthy meal options to the Blackstone Valley community and now beyond!”
This event is free and open to the public. There will be samples, prizes and more. We hope to see you there!
The Mission of the Blackstone Valley Chamber of Commerce is to preserve and enhance the economic vitality of the Blackstone Valley by addressing the needs and concerns of businesses and providing leadership, support and resources in connection with issues which impact commerce and the quality of life in the Valley.