A delicious new plant-based restaurant will open this spring in Costa Mesa, California. VEG’D innovative vegan fast food concept created by Christine Mulholland and Matthew Kenney kitchen to meet the growing demand for healthy, plant-based instant foods. VEG’D is future automotive restaurants for health conscious consumers with a focus on saving the planet and its species.
VEG’D occupies the old Del Taco location in Costa Mesa and offers chef-prepared fast food with a menu of organic products, from veggie burgers to salads and platters; all tasty and healthy alternatives to typical fast food.
Sustainability is at the heart of what VEG’D stands for. All packaging is made from 100% recycled materials and / or biodegradable and compostable. In addition, the restaurant will compost and hand over all food waste to those who need it.
Besides, VEG’D became a partner organization Forest smoothie to help transplant our land. For everybody Green Forest Smoothie bought, fifty% net profits go to planting and protecting trees around the world.
The idea came to Christine Mulholland, a SoCal native and a plant grower, a few years ago. As market demand continued to grow, Mulholland turned to a celebrity chef. Matthew Kenny and gave him an idea. He loved it. She also reached out to an animal advocate and documentary producer. Katie Cleary who thought the idea of healthy and relaxed driving was brilliant and joined as an investor. Plant entrepreneur and philanthropist Jim Greenbaum is also an investor in a new plant concept.
“We are so excited to bring this fresh, thoughtful new concept to the fast food market, an industry saturated with long-standing giants that do not consider the health of their consumers and our planet,” Mulholland said in a statement. to the WAN.
The Matthew Kenney Cuisine team worked with Mulholland to create a spacious, open, minimalist space with elements of everyday black and white sophistication, natural tones and sea foam. For those looking to avoid the queue, this creates an inviting atmosphere in which people can sit down, relax and enjoy a meal at VEG’D.
The menu uses nutritious, home-made whole foods, no preservatives or artificial ingredients. VEG’D prepares tasty, bright, aromatic and nutritious food – fast.
Be MKC brand, the purity and quality of the ingredients are of utmost importance; everything is done by hand, from scratch, every day. In addition to classic dishes such as hamburgers, the menu has a selection of dishes, dishes, plates, salads, wrappers and desserts made with vegetables and fruits prepared without refined sugar. There are plenty of options here for everyone, from raw vegan food to favorite comfort classics.
“I am delighted to be able to enter the motorhome market; it was my dream, ”Kenny said. “The community of Costa Mesa and Orange County is the perfect place for us to begin our journey of spreading plant-based cuisine to the masses on a grander scale than we were able to dine at. We are very pleased to enter this market at this time. “
VEG’D will open in Costa Mesa, California this spring.
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Celebrity Chef Matthew Kenny Partners’ message to bring VEG’D, the first of its kind plant-based Drive-Thru to Costa Mesa, California, first appeared in World Animal News this spring.