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How Creating 'Intimacy At Scale' Drives Sweetgreen's Fast-Casual Success

'One of the things we learned about our customer is how connected they want to be to food,' cofounder Nicolas Jammet explained at the 2016 Under 30 Summit. 'And that's grown every single year.'
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