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A salad a day sort of keeps the doctor away, but it’s also a no-brainer lunch option (especially for those averse to meal-prep, since you can throw together an everything-but-the-kitchen-sink greenery bowl). However, spending $10 or more on the daily for a salad on the daily at a luxe fast-casual lunch spot does take a financial toll. But during May, Just Salad is rolling out a wallet-friendly and environmentally savvy option for 100 lucky leaf lovers that translates to one $3 salad each day of the month.

By purchasing the reusable bowl, customers can get a salad every day of the month—which equates to about $3.19 per salad if used daily.

The company announced via press release today that it will roll out a $99 unlimited salad bowl plan for the month of May. By purchasing the green reusable bowl, customers can get a salad every day of the month—which equates to about $3.19 per salad if used daily—at any Just Salad location in the United States. But there is a catch: Only 100 of these bowls exist, and they are available on a first-come, first-served basis online—so get one, stat.

In addition to helping customers reach their wellness goals ahead of beach-going season, Just Salad CEO and co-founder Nick Kenner explains that the promotion also aligns with the company’s dedication to sustainability. The healthy chain saves 75,000 pounds of plastic from hitting landfills each year with its reusable bowl program, which it says is the world’s largest reusable program in a restaurant. And even though the deal only lasts a month, customers can make the most of the reusable bowl program by continuing to use it to get free toppings—an option available all year.

It’s a rewarding (and delicious!) way to cut back on the amount of plastic you’re adding to the ocean—which Adidas is already helping to address by up cycling the stuff for its products.

If you’re making your salad at home, try this chipotle-garlic recipe or this ketogenic Cobb salad.

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