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3 Potato 4 opens at Stoneridge Shopping Center

Home of the original baked fries comes to Pleasanton

3 Potato 4, a new vegan, gluten free quick foods restaurant, is now open at Stoneridge Shopping Center.

Located on the upper level of the center next to Men’s Warehouse, 3 Potato 4 is a locally owned baked-fries company that filled a market with its creative approach to a familiar comfort food and sustainability, with a healthy twist.

The eco-friendly restaurant is part of its 50-store expansion to bring cheesy, garlicky baked fries, gourmet dipping sauces, organic soups, chili bowls, breakfast, vegan fish and chips, all natural sodas, organic juices, and vegan soft serve ice cream on gluten free cones to consumers throughout the Bay Area.

The non-gmo potatoes are served in a biodegradable paper cone, sourced from a recyclable paper material. The entire concept of 3 Potato 4 is biodynamic, sustainable and low carbon-footprint.

3 Potato 4 is the inspiration of CEO Guenevere Blanchard who wanted to provide healthier snack choices at affordable prices.

Blanchard said the restaurant is reintroducing the potato for its merits as an antioxidant, fantastic source of Vitamins A and C, plus more potassium than a banana.

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