Charcuterie shop Graze Craze opens first Texas outpost

Graze Craze opened last week at 1101 Ohio Drive in Plano.  The store offers an array of charcuterie boards, or “grazing boards,” featuring things like cheese, fruits, veggies, meats crackers and treats for parties of anywhere from 4 to 10 people. There are also “grazing boxes” for individuals and smaller groups.

The company was founded in Oklahoma by U.S Air Force Veteran Kerry Sylvester. It has since become a part of the United Franchise Group. In a statement announcing the Plano store opening, local franchisee Rob Salinas says there is something special about having the opportunity to serve others.

“We love to see how excited our customers get when they receive their personalized grazing boards, and we’re happy to provide beautiful charcuterie displays, crafted with high-quality ingredients that will please anyone’s palate,” he says.

This is the first Graze Craze in Texas. The company currently has stores in Oklahoma, Tennessee, Florida, and Utah. New stores are also coming soon to University Park and Houston.

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