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Canadian Vegan Chain Inks New Deal

The Canadian vegan quick-serve chain Odd Burger has signed its second U.S. Area Representative Agreement for the development of 40 locations in Florida over the next eight years.

The deal, signed with StarMatt Corporation, follows Odd Burger’s first agreement, which was signed last year to bring 20 locations to Washington state. Odd Burger’s menu includes a wide variety of vegan burgers, sandwiches, wraps, salads, breakfast items, desserts and more.

“We couldn’t be more excited to start the process of expanding into the Florida market,” says James McInnes, CEO and Co-Founder of Odd Burger. “We are very fortunate to have such a strong partnership with StarMatt and we are confident that they will be successful expanding into the Florida market.”

The company now has a total of 60 locations under Franchise Development Agreements in the US and has continued to expand in its home country as well. This summer, Odd Burger is also set to open four additional locations in Ontario in the Greater Toronto Area and one additional location in Vancouver, BC, which will bring the total number of operational locations up to 21.