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New Vegan Burger Joint to Open in San Francisco

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San Francisco is getting a new vegan burger restaurant as the Singapore-born VeganBurg chain moves its headquarters to the city.

“Who we are fits so naturally in this city,” said Cynthia Riddell, VeganBurg’s head of marketing. “VeganBurg is an innovative 100 per cent plant-based fast casual restaurant serving tasty vegan burgers with a fresh attitude. We love San Francisco, especially for its value of sustainably sourced produce and historical commitment to love, peace, and equality. There’s no better place to launch the new generation of the plant-based lifestyle.”

VeganBurg started in Singapore five years ago and after having a successful restaurant, home meal delivery and catering services in Asia, the company’ founders and management are packing their bags and moving to California.

“Our goal is to have a successfully running restaurant in San Francisco,” said Riddell.

The eatery will be located at 1466 Haight St. and is currently under construction but it is scheduled to open on November 1st.

Based on the menu they have on their website, we can say on behalf of all vegans: Welcome to America!

Via InsideRetail

Photo Credit: VeganBurg/Facebook

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