Jason’s Deli was founded in 1976 by Joe Tortorice, Jr. He believed that it is important to treat the employees as family as well as to serve healthy and delicious food. The company stands on this foundation by making remarkable investments in the people who work there.
Another way this restaurant intends to help their employees and their community is the “Strike Through Cancer” campaign. Now through 2014 for every bottle of water sold, Jason’s Deli will donate ten cents to aid in fight against cancer.
They have seen too many families, including their own within the deli, negatively impacted by this disease. They believe that the time has come for them to do something about it. This past month, they partnered with The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, the leading Cancer Research facility in the world, to try and eliminate mortality rates for eight types of Cancer by 2024.
Jason’s Deli prides itself on friendly service and fresh food made with premium, more natural ingredients. It was the first major restaurant concept to ban artificial trans fats in the U.S. and also the first to eliminate high fructose corn syrup. This way guests experience flavor, freshness and nutrient filled goodness.
With organic, vegetarian and gluten-free options, they have a wide variety of healthy choices. An extensive salad bar, exciting sandwiches and free ice cream for dine-in guests, it has something for everyone.
To order online or see a menu, visit their website www.jasonsdeli.com.