REINVENT YOUR LIFE
HOW ARE WE DIFFERENT?
What makes California Tortilla unique is the premise that we are serious about food. It has to be great. We use only premium proteins and our salsa, guacamole, queso and sauces are made fresh daily from the best ingredients we can get our hands on. In fact, there’s no freezer on site at all. Our menu is Chef-Inspired, and while we cater to individual needs, we offer bold and exciting flavor profiles in our signature products.
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love this place! suitable for vegetarians, just ask for no meat and get extra beans or go with the “no meato”!!!
I love the extensive variety of hot sauces, and with no doubt the green sauce is my favorite.
definitely my new favorite place! love that it’s different from chipotle, as that was getting a little boring! nothing beats the Mexican tacos from California or Mexico itself, but these are good enough!
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HEAR IT FROM OUR FRANCHISE OWNERS
“What stood out was the freshness of the ingredients. The variety is limitless. The freshness of the ingredients, the choices, and the people. Every California Tortilla I’ve been to, people are just happy.”
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We fall within the exploding health food sector, now exceeding $1 trillion a year worldwide. California Tortilla’s high quality food appeals to consumers who want to feel good about how they fuel themselves.
Consumers are demanding their food not only be delicious and fulfilling, but that is served quickly. Fast Casuals are proving to be the dominant force in the food industry as consumers lives get busier and busier.
When you serve a delicious product quickly and with a smile (like we do at Cal Tort) you’re going to have loyal, happy customers. Happy customers make for happy employees, and that makes for happy Franchise Owners.
Even during times of economic downturn, the Fast Casual segment remains stable. While consumers cut back on high-end dining, Fast Casuals are more likely to be insulated during periods of recession.