Plant Power Fast Food, a plant-based fast food chain founded by Mitch Wallis, Zach Vouga and Jeffrey Harris, expanded to the Inland Empire with its first franchised location in Redlands, California. The location is in the Redlands Packing House District complex, which is located just off Highway 10 and at the gateway to Historic Downtown Redlands. The Sprouts-anchored, 88,000 sq. ft. Packing House District complex is being billed as the Inland Empire’s “culinary marketplace” in that tenants are curated based on the quality of products and services as well as if they meet a health and wellness purpose.
The first Plant Power Fast Food restaurant opened in 2016 in San Diego, California and quickly become a favorite with the local community. A second location opened in Northern San Diego in 2017 and the chain is set for rapid expansion with two more openings slated for fall of 2018 along with aggressive growth plans in 2019. Plant Power Fast Food offers a 100% plant-based menu, joining the flourishing business of plant-based chain restaurants.
The marked determination to change the fast food space is evident. Co-Founder and CMO, Jeffrey Harris, states “Everyone loves the taste and convenience of fast-food, but the present fast-food model based on animal agriculture is wrecking our health and our beautiful planet.” He further laments, “We’re committed to offering better choices for those who desire quick, tasty and convenient food.”
For locations, menus and other details, visit plantpowerfastfood.com.