Odd Burger Set to Expand with New Ontario Restaurants in Brampton and Whitby
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Odd Burger Set to Expand with New Ontario Restaurants in Brampton and Whitby

TORONTO, Oct. 28, 2021 // PRNewswire // - Odd Burger Corporation (TSXV: ODD) (OTCQB: GBLYF), a vegan fast-food chain, today announced it will open two new locations in Ontario in early 2022, bringing its locally made plant-based burgers, fries, and shakes to Brampton and Whitby.

Last month the company signed franchise agreement for Calgary, AB. Its Broadview, Toronto location is projected to open in early 2022 due to longer than expected completion times of landlord related work.

"Meeting our expansion goals is not only about building our company and brand, but also a pathway to transforming fast food into a healthier, more sustainable industry," said Odd Burger co-founder and CEO James McInnes. "We are making it easy and affordable for people to access fast food that is better for our planet and our bodies."

The vegan fast-food concept pioneer opened its first location in London, Ontario in 2016, to make plant-based eating affordable, healthy, and satisfying. The company produces its own proprietary vegan product line that includes burgers, "chickUn" and dairy-free sauces, using primarily natural ingredients that are minimally processed and designed to maximize nutrition and flavour.  This gives Odd Burger a unique product offering that is unmatched in the fast-food industry.

Brampton basic facts:

  • Address: 9055 Airport Road Unit 7, Brampton
  • In the Woodhill area situated at the epicenter of one of the GTA's busiest commercial nodes, and will serve Brampton's 600,000 plus residents
  • 1031 square feet
  • Projected opening estimate: Early 2022

Whitby basic facts:

  • Address: 150 Taunton Road Unit E2, North Whitby
  • In the plaza anchored by Walmart, LCBO, and Real Canadian Superstore, near the growing community of Brooklin
  • 1000 square feet
  • Projected opening estimate: Early 2022

SOURCE Odd Burger Corporation



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