Vegan fast-food chain Odd Burger signs Florida roll-out deal

(Source: Supplied)

Odd Burger has inked its second US area representative agreement, which will see the establishment of 40 sites in Florida over the next eight years. 

The agreement was signed with StarMatt Corporation, a Florida-based real estate and franchise development firm.

The agreement will allow the company to continue its efforts to develop a footprint in the US while also expanding Odd Burger into other markets. Odd Burger sealed its first US development agreement in June last year to open 20 sites in Washington State, and with the recent agreement in Florida, the company now has 60 locations under franchise development agreements in the US.

StarMatt Corporation is a joint venture led by Prashant Dalal and Vishal Valsadia.  

“We see an incredible opportunity in the Florida market,” says Prashant Dalal, president and co-founder of StarMatt Corporation. “We feel that our team has the perfect experience to succeed in developing this territory and we believe that the Odd Burger brand will rapidly expand across Florida.”

Odd Burger Corporation is a vegan fast-food restaurant franchise and food technology company that produces its own line of plant-based protein and dairy replacements.

Further reading: Burger chain Eggslut to launch in South Korea, Singapore

You have 7 articles remaining. Unlock 15 free articles a month, it’s free.