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Vegan fast-food restaurant planned for Victoria

Ontario-based Odd Burger Corporation sets sights on the West Coast
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A restaurant chain serving all-vegan breakfasts, burgers, salads and wraps is coming to Victoria. (Odd Burger/Facebook)

A Canadian fast-food company with vegan offerings is planning to open its first B.C. location in the province’s capital.

Odd Burger Corporation is an Ontario-owned chain of fast-food restaurants serving all-vegan breakfasts, burgers, salads and wraps. Its locations have on-demand cooking technology, online ordering, self-checkout kiosks and cashless transactions, a press release from the corporation says.

The Victoria location will be owned by franchisees John Bowker and Luke Ceraldi at a to-be-determined address. It’s slated to open within three months of finding a location.

“Victoria is the ideal spot to begin our West Coast takeover, and our partners Luke and John are ready to bring our brand to their city,” Odd Burger co-founder and CEO James McInnes said.

“The community will love our indulgent, iconic fast food … made from wholesome ingredients like chickpeas, jackfruit and fresh veggies.”

READ MORE: Vegan butcher shop to open new flagship store in downtown Victoria


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