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Burger Village begins international growth with an inaugural, Canadian franchise location. The new restaurant will have an eco-friendly build-out, aligned with the brand’s sustainable values
Popular throughout New York and California, Burger Village is quickly becoming a staple of the organic burger scene. All of its menu is nutritious, free of preservatives and pesticides, and comes from humanely raised livestock. The brand recently announced its Canadian location, which is set to open in the next few months. The restaurant itself will be built with reclaimed wood and biodegradable materials, and its beer selection will be sourced from local breweries; supporting the nearby community.
“Burger Village’s organic and exotic menu is new and fresh. There’s nothing like it here,” said Yaman Yadav, the entrepreneur opening the brand’s first Canadian location. “We feel strongly that Burger Village will be a big hit in Edmonton.”
On why he was aligned with the concept’s organic focus, Yadav said: “If not just for yourself, choosing to eat organic foods is also a great way to help protect our environment. Our farmer families treat their animals with love and dignity. Those farmers then provide those animal products to our locations and give our customers some of the freshest tasting food they’ve ever had.”
Alongside the Canadian expansion, the Burger Village brand has teamed with franchise industry expert, Gary Occhiogrosso, the founder of Franchise Growth Solutions, LLC, to expand the brand to 25 locations by 2022. Franchises are available in most territories worldwide, and the Burger Village team is keen to speak to philanthropic entrepreneurs who can promote their sustainable message – all while serving tasty, guilt-free burgers.