Gusto Farm to Street is accelerating the world’s transition to healthier calories through chef-crafted menu offerings made with local and seasonal ingredients, featuring farm fresh salads and fast-fired pizzas. From his early upbringing on a farm near Gettysburg, PA, founder Josh Grim experienced first-hand a way of life and eating rooted in local, farm-grown ingredients. He was inspired to recreate the kind of food his grandmother crafted for his family - meals made with meat from the local butcher, milk from the dairy farmer down the street and vegetables grown from her own garden. Fast forward to today, and most people don’t eat that way anymore - much has changed in how and where we source our food. Josh wanted to get back to his roots, and make that simple way of eating available to as many people as possible. Gusto sources food from local and regional farms whenever possible and prioritizes relationships with farmers. The fast casual was the first to add a vertical farm shelf in all restaurant locations, from which fresh basil, microgreens and other ingredients are harvested daily. Gusto also has sole proprietary crop productions in Culpeper, VA. Gusto’s farm fresh salads and pizzas feature chef-curated recipes or are fully customizable, made from whole foods that are always fresh and never processed. All dressings, sauces and beverages are handcrafted in-house daily. Gusto is the first and only fast casual to make a fresh - not frozen - cauliflower pizza crust daily in their stores, offering guests a gluten free option with half the calories and sugars of traditional crust. Their ovens provide a crispy crust and take less than 90 seconds to cook.