Biz Showcase: The Chopped Leaf
With a shift in the food industry focusing on integrating more nutritious, wholesome options into a balanced diet, The Chopped Leaf’s latest restaurant opening is focused on providing the community with better-for-you options that never sacrifice taste and quality.
Owner Bette Creek is no stranger to London, Ontario, after choosing to leave the GTA and raise her young family in the town where her husband Scott grew up. Bette recognized the need for more nutrient-dense foods that are easily accessible, and most importantly, help inspire the community to feel good after they eat.
As a mother raising young children, she truly understands the challenges and efforts that go into motivating a family to make nourishing food choices. Fueling the body has become increasingly important to Bette, and she recognizes the influence she has on her family. “Over the past several years I have taken a very vested interest in the food that I eat and how it affects my health”, she says. “I’ve become very picky!”
While many people are paying closer attention to what they eat, Bette recognized the lack of nutritious food options that can be served quickly, on-the-go. Giving the community an option that combines delicious flavours and fresh ingredients is one of the main reasons she decided to own and operate The Chopped Leaf in London. Her mission is to ensure that each guest feels welcomed and leaves feeling good about the choice they made.
The Chopped Leaf believes that flavour should not be sacrificed when fueling on-the-go, and that food plays a key role in living a balanced and fulfilled life. The brand celebrates people’s unique dietary needs and offers something for everyone. From vegan and vegetarian, kid-friendly and gluten-friendly options, to fresh and customizable salads, bowls, wraps, and soups.
New, wholesome, and delicious flavours are in town. And starting this fall, Bette Creek is ready to fuel the community of London, and inspire people to choose fresh. Visit her at 1041 Wellington Road, Unit 2.