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** Qdoba **

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Qdoba Restaurant Corporation
Qdoba Mexican Grill logo
Trading name
Qdoba Mexican Eats
Formerly called
· Zuma Fresh Mexican Grill
· Z-Teca Mexican Grill
· Qdoba Mexican Grill

Type
Subsidiary
Industry Restaurants
Founded 1995; 21 years ago (1995) (Denver, Colorado)
Founders · Anthony Miller
· Robert Hauser

Headquarters Lakewood, Colorado
Number of locations
641
Area served
United States & Canada
Products Burritos, Tacos, Quesadillas, Nachos, Taco salad, Tortilla soup,
Mexican Gumbo
Owner Jack in the Box
Slogan What are you going to love at Qdoba?
Website qdoba.com

*Qdoba Mexican Eats*^[1] (/kjuːˈdoʊbə/
/kew-*DOH*-bə/),^[2]^[3] is a chain of fast casual restaurants in the
United States and Canada serving Mexican-style cuisine. The company is a
wholly owned subsidiary of Jack in the Box since its purchase from ACI
Capital,^[4] Western Growth Capital, and other private investors in
2003.^[5]^[6]

*Contents*

· 1 History
· 2 Growth
· 3 Fare
· 4 Competition
· 5 See also
· 6 References
· 7 External links

*History[edit]*

This chain can trace it origins to the opening of the *Zuma Fresh Mexican
Grill* in 1995 by Colorado native Anthony Miller and partner Robert Hauser
at Grant Street and Sixth Avenue in Denver.^[7]^[8]

Miller and Hauser met in New York City, where Miller was an investment
banker with Merrill Lynch and Hauser was attending the Culinary Institute
of America and working at the famed Le Cirque restaurant. Hauser developed
most of the recipes and tried to design the menu to be healthier by
replacing the use of traditional animal fats with vegetable oils and tried
to use more fresh vegetables and herbs when he could.^[9] During the first
year, lines stretched out the door during most evenings


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