Plantbased Business Hour

How Do Plant-based Burgers Stack Up During Inflation? Jeffrey Harris, CEO of Plant Power Fast Food

How Do Plant-based Burgers Stack Up During Inflation? Jeffrey Harris, CEO of Plant Power Fast Food,  joins The Plantbased Business Hour with Elysabeth Alfano to discuss the company’s newest pricing move and how plant-based burgers are comparing to meat burgers during inflation. Specifically, they discuss, Plant Power Fast Food’s expansion during Covid-19, Their new pricing strategy bringing burgers down to $4.95, Burger King’s plant-based strategy, How inflation is impacting plant-based products and how they stack up to meat analogues. Here is a short clip and transcript from their conversation. Podcast here. Display “What Plant-based Burger Chain Dropped Prices by Almost 40%? Jeffrey Harris of Plant Power Fast Food” from YouTube Click here to display content from YouTube. Learn more in YouTube’s privacy policy. Always display …


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Investments & Finance

BREAKING: Plant Power Fast Food Raises $7.5M to Double the Number of “Vegan McDonald’s” Across USA

Plant Power Restaurant Group, LLC., the parent company of San Diego’s Plant Power Fast Food, a QSR restaurant chain aiming to establish itself as the Vegan McDonald’s, today announces to vegconomist the completion of a $7.5 million Series A capital raise. The fresh funds will be used for continued nationwide expansion, with plans for two Las Vegas locations already underway. “We’re doing our best to be part of the change. And to be as effective as we’d like to be, we’ll have to continue to grow.” The Series A was led by Helia Capital USA, Inc., a subsidiary of Fusion Ventures; Eat Beyond Global Holdings; and Batta Foods. Additional funds came from a group of individual investors with close ties to the Company, as well as …


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Gastronomy & Food Service

Plant Power Fast Food Announces Four New California Locations

San Diego’s plant-based fast food restaurant chain, Plant Power Fast Food, known for launching the first vegan drive through, recently opened its fifth location in Long Beach, California, after reporting massive growth in sales. The chain now debuts a Los Angeles food truck and four new locations coming in the next 16 months. “Fast food doesn’t have to be unhealthy for our bodies or bad for the planet. We’re here to demonstrate that there’s a better way,” said PPFF’s president and co-founder.