Fuel Your Life At Fruitive: A Chat With Gregg Rozeboom

In this episode of Vegetarian Zen, we’re pleased to welcome Gregg Rozeboom, owner of Fruitive, a 100% organic, vegan, and sustainable plant-based cafe located in Virginia Beach and Washington D.C. 

We talk to Gregg about his inspiration for opening a 100% plant-based restaurant and about some of the yummy offerings on his menu.

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Who is Gregg Rozeboom of Fruitive?

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Gregg Rozeboom is passionate about following a healthy plant-based diet. A father of 5, he wanted to create a place for his family to visit where everything from the food to the ambiance and customer service was genuine and authentic.

That’s how Fruitive began. From day one, the company has embraced that vision and strived to treat everyone like family. For Gregg, it’s about more than just food; it’s about meeting customers where they are on their health journey and encouraging them to live their health and their values.

The Concept of Fruitive

Fruitive isn’t just a restaurant, it’s a lifestyle. The concept behind this plant-based cafe revolves around the belief that what you eat directly impacts how you feel, both physically and mentally.

With a focus on organic, vegan food, they aim to provide customers with fresh food that not only tastes delicious but nourishes their bodies from the inside out.

What sets Fruitive apart is their commitment to using only ingredients from the earth. This means no animal products, no artificial additives, and no shortcuts. Everything on the menu is made from scratch, ensuring the highest quality and freshness in every bite.

The Menu at Fruitive

Fruitive offers a diverse and delicious menu filled with plant-based and organic options. Whether you’re looking for a quick snack or a satisfying meal, Fruitive has something for everyone.

One of the highlights of the menu is the Superberry bowl, which is a popular choice among customers. It’s packed with fresh fruit and flavor, making it a perfect choice for a healthy and filling meal. In addition to the Superberry bowls, Fruitive also offers liquid meals and juices that are perfect for on-the-go.

Some of the most popular dishes at Fruitive include:

  • PB No J (a Superberry Bowl)
  • Avocado Herb Toast (made with fresh avocado and basil pesto)
  • Tuscan Kale Wrap (made with kale, sweet potatoes, and quinoa)

These dishes have garnered high ratings from DoorDash users, with Fruitive maintaining a 4.8/5 star rating. Additionally, Fruitive may offer delivery and pickup options, making it convenient for customers to enjoy their favorite dishes from the comfort of their own home.

Location & Hours

Here’s a quick link to Fruitive’s current locations and cafe hours.

You can also follow them on Facebook and Instagram for any updates.

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