Odd Burger, one of the world’s first vegan fast food chains and the first to go public, has completed its location in London, Ontario, which is slated to open in mid-August.
Odd Burger South London brings the chain’s total to four locations, with two more restaurants set to open soon.
The company’s Vaughan, Ont. Location held its grand opening on Sunday, August 1, and offered the neighborhood 99-cent non-dairy soft-serve all-day ice cream and gift bags for the first 50 customers. Half of all proceeds from the groundbreaking sales were donated to The safeguard movement, a grassroots organization founded in Toronto.
Odd Burger also announced progress at its offices in Waterloo, Ontario, and Hamilton, Ontario. Locations. Construction is well advanced and both are expected to meet their scheduled August and September opening dates, respectively.
All new stores incorporate the new Odd Burger brand and design in interior design and signage.
âI appreciate our team for their dedication and hard work in opening these new sites, especially given the hurdles created by the pandemic,â said Odd Burger Co-Founder and CEO James McInnes. âWe have essentially tripled our footprint compared to just a few months ago, and the result is that we have dramatically increased the availability of plant-based foods that are healthier, more humane and more sustainable than options. typical fast food. “
The brand plans to open 20 locations by the same time next year, including a New York flagship restaurant in Manhattan.
The company also operates a manufacturing facility in London, where it creates and distributes its line of plant-based proteins and dairy alternatives such as burgers, chicken products, sausages and dairy-free sauces.