Canadian vegan fast-food chain to open 40 new restaurants in Ontario
Odd Burger has signed an agreement to launch 40 new vegan fast food restaurants in Ontario, Canada.
Odd Burger – a Canadian vegan fast food restaurant chain – and Starke Investments, a real estate and franchise development company, have signed an agreement that will bring 40 Odd Burger locations to Ontario over the next eight years.
“Starke Investments is always looking for opportunities to position itself as a leader in sustainability and innovation and Odd Burger is without a doubt disrupting an industry where change is so desperately needed,” said Prashant Dalal, Founder and CEO of Starke Investments.
“We see tremendous potential with Odd Burger because they make plant-based food that appeals to the mass market by offering a menu made with simple ingredients, incredible flavour, and at a competitive price point – this is not something that we have seen with any other plant-based restaurant brand.”
Odd Burger said in a release that “a strategic method for expansion as the agreements outline a yearly development quota which provides Odd Burger with a clear growth trajectory in each territory”.
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“Partnering with Starke Investments will allow Odd Burger to continue its rapid expansion across North America, while still providing an incredible level of service to our local franchisees in Ontario,” said James McInnes, Odd Burger Co-Founder and CEO.
“Starke Investments also brings fantastic industry knowledge to Odd Burger, as well as a valuable network of landlord relationships and prospective franchisees.”
In total, Odd Burger now has 92 locations operational or under area development agreements in Canada, making it one of the fastest growing vegan fast-food chains in the country, the fast-food retailer claims.