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Plant Power Fast Food Opens in LA

Specialty Food Association

Plant Power Fast Food, a plant-based restaurant chain, has announced the opening of its new Los Angeles location.

Located about a block from Paramount Studios, the location features indoor and outdoor dining, traditional counter service, a self-order kiosk, mobile order and pick-up, and local third-party delivery. This is the eleventh Plant Power location and four additional units are slated to open by the end of the year.

"We're absolutely thrilled to finally land in L.A. and we're especially excited to be in the heart of this creative community," said Plant Power Co-Founder and CEO, Jeffrey Harris, in a statement. "In the short time since opening this location, we've received a warm welcome from local residents as well as the many musicians, actors and studio professionals who commute into Hollywood for work." 

Plant Power Fast Food is a vegan version of traditional fast food brands and features a menu ranging from burgers, fries, shakes and 'chicken' nuggets to salads, fresh juices, a children's menu and full breakfast selection. Keeping to its sustainable ethic, tables, booths and furnishings at the new location are constructed from renewable bamboo and chairs are made from recycled plastic. Disposable cutlery is all plant-based and compostable as is the majority of takeout packaging.

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