Vegan Restaurant Brand Signs 40-Unit Deal

The agreement marks the second in the U.S. for the Ontario-based vegan concept.

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Odd Burger’s menu includes boneless plant-based wings.

Vegan fast-food restaurant brand Odd Burger has signed a 40-unit development deal in Florida.

Odd Burger will partner with StarMatt Corp., a Florida-based real estate and franchise development company, to open the stores over the next eight years. StarMatt is a joint venture led by Prashant Dalal and Vishal Valsadia. Dalal serves as Odd Burger’s area representative for Ontario, where he has nearly doubled the number of Odd Burger restaurants operational or under development in the past year, according to the release. Valsadia is president of Matti Homes, a real estate development company.

“We see an incredible opportunity in the Florida market,” says Dalal in a statement. “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.”

Ontario-based Odd Burger signed its first U.S. development deal, involving 20 new-store openings in Washington, in June 2023.

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