The revolutionary and pioneering brand celebrates its 11th anniversary while taking the world of food by storm
Online PR News – 07-October-2021 – Berkeley, California – VeganBurg will be opening its third location in Berkeley, California next to the historic and iconic Berkeley University - known for its top-notch alumni namely Apple Computer’s co-founder Steve Wozniak, award-winning actor John Cho, and singer-songwriter Susanna Hoffs.
- 10 October is World Plant Based Burger Day and VeganBurg’s 11th anniversary. The day is celebrated by eating a plant-based burger. One vegan patty saves 6.7 pounds of grain and forage (fed to livestock), 52.8 gallons of water for irrigating feed crops, 74.5 square feet of land for grazing and growing feed crops and 1,036 fossil fuel energy for feed production and transport.
- VeganBurg, in partnership with Australian listed company Stemcell United (ASX:SCU) and SIT (Singapore Institute Technology), is leading the research in harnessing the natural herbal goodness from the ocean using marine plant biotechnology. The end product is a sustainable, healthier, and cost effective ingredient to optimise the high value proteins and nutrients from ocean marine algae and seaweed extracts into VeganBurg food items.
California - VeganBurg, the world’s first plant-based burger joint that has been around since 2010, has set its eyes on world dominance. From its humble beginnings in the Jalan Eunos heartland to its United States expansion - the company has proven that the food revolution is alive and successful.
VeganBurg has changed a lot over 11 years. But one thing remained constant, they have always set the bar high when it comes to food innovation. From leading the change by switching animal-based protein patties to land-based plant protein patties made predominantly from soy and mushrooms to introducing the ground-breaking marine plant based protein and nutrients. A total game changer and always pushing for innovation. A new wave that was made possible by partnering with Australian listed company Stemcell United (ASX:SCU) and SIT (Singapore Institute Technology), is leading the research in harnessing the natural herbal goodness from the ocean using marine plant biotechnology. The end product is a sustainable, healthier, and cost effective ingredient to optimise the high value proteins and nutrients from ocean marine algae and seaweed extracts into VeganBurg food items.
"Over the past years, we’ve invested time in perfecting the ultimate plant-based burger recipe and gold-standard customer service! VeganBurg has a one-of-a-kind concept that has differentiated itself from other industry brands and we're committed to growing the brand nationally. And every day, we strive to uphold VeganBurg’s ethos through our food, whether that’s protecting our planet or giving back to the community - it’s all reflected in our franchise. VeganBurg is a very inclusive company, and I have the pleasure of working with a diverse team 24/7." said CEO and Founder, Alex Tan.
From day one, VeganBurg’s franchisees can be assured of support to prepare their business to take off and excel. Everything from pre-opening to training. To name a few, VeganBurg will help you with supply of proprietary ingredients and products, assistance in site selection and interior design, initial training and on-going training support, on-going product research and development, branding and marketing assets, systems, tools and processes.
And in true conqueror fashion, VeganBurg will be opening its third location in Berkeley, California next to Berkeley University. The brand aims to inspire a more science forward food technology in the heart of the university district. That legacy of sustainability and food innovation continues today as the perfect venue to discover our full line of burgers, sidekicks, and other menu items, each of which has transformed modern-day eating and lifestyle. One of their most acclaimed projects to date, the location is slated to be “The Future of Food.” Berkeley is a progressive city. The city will start serving vegan food at public events, jails, senior centers and other city buildings after the city council approved a resolution that would halve its spending on animal-based products by 2024.