New Charcuterie concept, Graze Craze now open in Sandy and Pleasant Grove
Sandy — Graze Craze, a booming new concept in charcuterie boardsand boxes for healthy lunches, office catering, and special events is now in Sandy and Pleasant Grove!
The concept specializes in artfully designed, hand-crafted platters that feature customizable food displays that are perfect for grazing — including fruits, vegetables, cheese, gourmet sweets, and more. The unique menu features several grazing options fit for any occasion and lifestyle. Whether it’s a formal affair for meat-and-cheese lovers or a casual get-together for Keto fanatics, Graze Craze has something to offer for everyone. Each charcuterie platter is beautifully curated by a grazologist™ — your very own charcuterie concierge — with several different size options, from single boxes for the lone grazer, to grazing boards with enough fresh food to feed a party of ten.
About Graze Craze Sandy, UT
Situated in the South Pointe shopping center at 80 E 10600 S., the Sandy Graze Craze location was the first of its kind to open in Utah. Matt and Amy Alter, the husband-wife team and parents of five who own and operate the Sandy storefront, spent years evaluating different franchises before deciding to plant seeds in the Graze Craze concept to ultimately cultivate a better future for their family. The Alters were attracted to the Graze Craze concept by the product quality and simplicity and have plans to open two new locations in Utah.
“Who knew how well wrangling five kids would prepare us for this new adventure,” said Amy Alter. “We love the work that we’re doing and are excited to bring fresh, high-quality foods to our community served in the most beautiful way.”
About Graze Craze Pleasant Grove, UT
Located at 1926 W Pleasant Grove Blvd., Suite B, in the Valley Grove shopping center, the Pleasant Grove Graze Craze was opened by former NFL athlete and current Brigham Young University Division 1 football coach, Preston Hadley, alongside his cousin and business partner Benton Perry. Driven by the desire to run a family business and create job opportunities in their local community, Perry and Hadley plan to open 11 more Graze Craze locations throughout Utah.
“This is an industry where people can be passionate about the work they are doing,” said Hadley. “There was a need in our area for quality charcuterie that’s hassle-free and we’re proud to be able to provide just that.”
Graze Craze offers free local delivery any day of the week, and the storefront is open for pick-ups from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.