Odd Burger Corporation (TSXV: ODD) (OTCQB: ODDAF) (FSE: IA9), one of the world’s first vegan fast-food chains and the first to go public, today announced new developments in its Eastern Canada locations in Ontario.
Construction is now complete at Odd Burger’s new location in Whitby, ON. The North Whitby spot at 150 Taunton Road West takes advantage of a busy shopping hub anchored by Loblaws and Walmart, in a community with young demographic drivers. The grand opening is slated for late April, with specific dates to be announced on the Company’s social media accounts.
Construction has also commenced at Odd Burger’s Brampton, ON location at 9055 Airport Road, Building J Unit 7, and is expected to be completed by Summer 2022. The Brampton location is situated near major highways such as the 410, 407, and 427, as well as near big-box retailers, grocery stores, and gyms.
In addition, permits for the Odd Burger Toronto East location at 731 Broadview Avenue will soon be resubmitted, after the landlord has agreed to rectify structural deficiencies with the building.
Completion of these new locations will bring the chain’s total number of operational stores to nine.
“These new locations are a great addition to the GTA and to continuing our presence in Southwestern Ontario,” said James McInnes, Odd Burger co-founder, and CEO. “As we begin expanding throughout North America to become a global brand, we are still seeing tremendous demand locally, and the potential for expansion into new communities here.”
Odd Burger’s new locations follow the successful model of compact footprints optimized for fast service, takeout and delivery, affordability, and simplified employee training. Odd Burger smart kitchens feature modern on-demand cooking technology, online ordering, self-checkout kiosks, and cashless transactions. For images of store interiors, menu items, and more please visit https://oddburger.com/pages/press-1.
Odd Burger creates, manufactures, and distributes its own proprietary plant-based proteins and dairy alternatives such as burgers, “ChickUn,” sausage, and mac and cheese to make plant-based eating as affordable, mainstream, healthy, and satisfying as it gets.
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SOURCE: Odd Burger Corporation