WINDSOR-BASED BOZII RESTAURANT NOW OPEN IN THE U.S. AT GREAT LAKES CROSSING OUTLETS

 

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WINDSOR-BASED BOZII RESTAURANT NOW OPEN IN THE U.S. AT GREAT LAKES CROSSING OUTLETS

Healthy signature premium stuffed pocket concept celebrates first Michigan location with two more to soon follow

 

There is a new food concept that has entered the U.S. fast food market that is healthy, quick, easy-to-hold and eat-on-the-run. It’s bozii!  Bozii Restaurant Corporation, based in Windsor, has introduced the compact, grilled stuffed pockets in the U.S. with the opening of a location at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets in Auburn Hills.  “After establishing bozii in Windsor, we are excited to open locations in our neighboring state of Michigan, said David Bachtold, Vice President of Operations, Bozii. “We offer a healthier, easy-to-eat meal that can be served fast and is fun to eat. A person shouldn’t have to spend a fortune for nutritious, baked from scratch food that tastes fantastic.”

In just two short years, the bozii has already been established as a mainstay in Windsor with five locations including Devonshire and Tecumseh malls and University of Windsor. The hand-made and nutritious boziis are priced low to usher in a new category for the food business.

The bozii (pronounced bo-zee) is not a burger or a sandwich, but rather a food concept of its own. As part of a healthy lifestyle, a bozii is stuffed with hardy, nutritious ingredients, preservative and additive free, and grilled fresh upon order. Bozii is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A Kids’ Meal also is offered with fresh, warm, baked pita chips instead of French fries, plus two L’il Chicken Peeper boziis, a mini cookie dough bozii, and chocolate or white milk.

Many boziis are less than 300 calories including the popular Pulled Pork, Tuna Supreme, Steak and Cheese, Honey Garlic Chicken, Curry Chicken, Chili, Greek Spinach Feta, and Vegetarian.  Breakfast boziis include Bacon Egg & Cheese, Sausage Egg & Cheese and Egg & Cheese. For a sweet indulge, bozii offers a Cookie Dough, Apple Strudel and Fruit Explosion variety, perfect as a go-to option for dessert or a snack.

Each bozii can be combined with sides dishes and beverages of quality ingredients such as hand-made pita chips; a mixed green salad (summer seasonal option); smoothies; premium bozii-brand coffee, iced tea or bozii’s homemade lemonade served fresh over ice.

Regular boziis are priced at $2.39 while premium boziis are $2.79.  Combos (drink and a side of bozii chips) can be added to any order for just $2.59.

Soon to follow the Great Lakes Crossing Outlets opening will be additional locations at Fairlane Town Center, Dearborn and on Garfield Road at 18 Mile Road in Clinton Township. Main offices and the kitchen for U.S. locations are in Clinton Township.

 Bozii is open at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets (4000 Baldwin Rd., Auburn Hills, MI 48326) from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Sunday and 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. Monday-Saturday.

 

About Bozii  

It’s not a burger, it’s not a sandwich, it’s a bozii! Established in 2011 with five locations in Canada and one in Michigan, USA, a bozii (pronounced bo-zee) is a premium stuffed pocket that is freshly grilled to order. With less calories, fat and sodium, boziis are a healthier alternative to other fast food options.  Every bozii is made from scratch with premium ingredients and are free of any food additives or preservatives. For more information visit www.bozii.com.

 

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Jill is a former teacher who is now a stay at home mommy, by choice, of her active 7 yr old daughter, Kelsey Anne, in Livonia, Michigan. On the side, she works as a Social Media & Marketing Coordinator for a Michigan based Protocol Company with 25 years experience, specializing in creating, managing, and producing gala events for dignitaries, celebrities and non-profit organizations throughout the country. She also volunteers at her daughter's school, has recently started substitute teaching, enjoys entering contests and sweeps, & spending time with her family. You can follow her on Twitter @jillkathan.
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