B.good is good for the environment and for you

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B.good is good for the environment and for you

Cool for the summer-- B.good’s Buffalo Turkey Burger and watermelon and feta salad take center stage on the restaurant’s summer menu. B.good offers customers fresh
food purchased from local markets.

Cool for the summer-- B.good’s Buffalo Turkey Burger and watermelon and feta salad take center stage on the restaurant’s summer menu. B.good offers customers fresh food purchased from local markets.

Katelyn Green

Cool for the summer-- B.good’s Buffalo Turkey Burger and watermelon and feta salad take center stage on the restaurant’s summer menu. B.good offers customers fresh food purchased from local markets.

Katelyn Green

Katelyn Green

Cool for the summer-- B.good’s Buffalo Turkey Burger and watermelon and feta salad take center stage on the restaurant’s summer menu. B.good offers customers fresh food purchased from local markets.

Katelyn Green, Staff Writer

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By the look of the B.good restaurant in Canton, I thought it would be a granola and in-your-face environmentally conscious store.

However, upon entering, I was pleasantly surprised. Whereas most restaurant push campaigns that their food is the freshest, B.good easily proved that they were by far the leaders in fresh food.

High up on the wall upon entering is a map showing where all of vegetables, fruit, chicken, and beef come from, so that there’s no question that you’re getting the best.

Their website lists all of their current menu items, along with every ingredient. I was incredibly pleased to see that there were zero additives. All the ingredients were wholesome and easy to pronounce. Even on their website they continue to include all the locations of where they obtain their ingredients. I think this is a great aspect because it makes you feel more responsible for supporting local farmers over big-business.

I ordered the Buffalo Turkey Burger, and I wasn’t surprised by their non-traditionalist take on the classic burger. The roll was coarse, whole wheat, which has a much different texture and taste over, say, McDonalds’ flat, white bread. The turkey was perfectly cooked and tender and had a much more natural taste than regular fast food. Their twist on the burger included shredded carrots as a topping,which was odd at first, but I later welcomed as a great addition.

I also ordered the Watermelon and Feta salad. The watermelon was sweet and crisp, and I liked that the feta was not crumbled over everything but rather in bitable squares. My only complaint would be that the toasted corn was a little hard to chew.

I think that B.good has a lot of potential as an alternative to traditional fast food. With 27 locations in the Northeast, they’re worth finding for a quick, but healthy, meal. It was nice to enter a local restaurant that offered both delicious food while allowing you to be good socially and environmentally. B.good lived up to its name as a pioneer in fresh restaurant food.