Mother Road Market has added another business to its 27,000-square-foot food hall under construction near 11th Street and Lewis Avenue.
Ediblend Superfood Café is a kiosk that features grab-and-go, blends, salads, breakfast items and snacks. Owned by sisters Piper Kacere and Amy Murray, it has been in business since 2014.
“Our mission is to help our clients believe they can live a healthy lifestyle, empower them to make good choices and transform them with superfoods that will nourish from the inside out,” the siblings said in a statement.
“As native Tulsans, we care about the health of our community. With the addition of the Ediblend fresh kiosk at the Mother Road Market, we’ll be providing plant-based, whole food options so Tulsans and tourists alike can have a healthy choice at their disposal.”
It joins previously announced tenants Andolini’s on the Mother Road, Bakeshop, Big Dipper Creamery, Bodhi’s Bowl, Metropolis, OKCookieMomster and The Wurst in the food hall. Ediblend will continue to operate its locations at Utica Square and 10115 S. Sheridan Road.
Mother Road Market is scheduled to open in late summer.
“Mother Road Market is proud to welcome another thriving women-owned business to our tenant mix,” Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation CEO Elizabeth Frame Ellison said in a statement. “Ediblend’s raw, vegan menu has been a favorite of our team since they brought samples to judges during their pitch at the Tulsa Startup Series in 2014.
“We are thrilled to work with this incredible company again to offer our customers a healthy, vegan and raw meal or snack.”