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Chrissie Hynde Finds the World's Best Vegan Burger at VeganBurg

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While in Singapore rocker Chrissie Hynde was invited by vegan fast food chain VeganBurg to tour its four locations and try items on the menu.

VeganBurg founder Alex Tan said he believed Hynde to be “the perfect personification of VeganBurg’s character and style.” He went on to say, “We’re all about great tasting burgers with a punch of rock and roll awesomeness. Edgy and straightforward – just like Chrissie.”

Did The Pretenders singer agree? That would be a resounding yes. Hynde said about he visit, “I’ve toured around the world with my band and always looking for the perfect burger. I finally found it at VeganBurg.”

With menu options like the Cracked Pepper Mayo burger and Creamy Pepper Shrooms and a business philosophy that protects human health, animals and the planet, we’re bummed that the fast food chain is (so far) only based in Singapore. On their website, they say there are franchise opportunities. Who is going to bring Chrissie’s favorite burger to the USA?

Via Vegetarian Star

Photo Credit: 3 song photography / Shutterstock

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  • Kat

    Definitely agree with Chrissie. VeganBurg, I’m in love with you!

  • I love VeganBurg!

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