Sweetgreen is ditching cash and many other restaurant chains could follow

Sweetgreen to go cashless

One of the fastest growing salad chains, Sweet Grain is set to go cashless next year. The chain, which has more than 60 stores in the United States will be kick starting a huge move when they do so.

“Cash has become such a smaller piece of our tender. When we opened nine years ago, it was 40 percent. Now, all stores are between 10 percent and 15 percent.” Sweetgreen co-founder Nicolas Jammet told Fast Company.

With cash out of the way, the company is expecting faster transactions and more convenience to its customers.

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