The company reported that sales from the opening of its Long Beach store at the end of last month, were the highest for any of the company’s five locations for one single day in its history.
Plant Power Fast Food, which also has stores in Ocean Beach, Encinitas, Redlands, and San Diego State University, states its top-line revenue has increased a staggering 438 percent from 2016-2018.
In a statement sent to Plant Based News, Chief Operations Officer and Co-CEO, Zach Vouga, said: “We’re thrilled to be part of this vibrant community and we’re overwhelmed by the warm welcome we’ve been receiving from customers old and new.
“We’re seeing that consumers are really excited about a 100 percent plant-based brand, one with an authentic commitment to health and sustainability and a vision that extends beyond the traditional bottom line.”
‘Exploring new food choices’
Company President and Co-CEO Mitch Wallis said that their brand was specifically designed to appeal to everyone, not just those on a plant-based diet, said: “By presenting a fresh, GMO-free, plant-based menu in the familiar fast-food format, we’re able to provide an easy-to-access alternative for those looking for healthier options.
“The majority of our customers are omnivores who are exploring new food choices.”