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2 Bulls in a China Shop Interview
Dan Leeson, Kyle Hedman, James McInnes
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Dec. 22, 2021, 1:49 p.m.
Joining us this week in the China Shop is James McInnes, CEO and Founder of Odd Burger (TSXV: ODD, OTC: ODDAF). Listen in as we learn about the humble beginnings of his vegan fast-food chain, how a chance road closure positioned Odd Burger to succeed in the Covid Era and how James plans to expand his operations in the coming year.

About James McInnes
James McInnes founded Odd Burger in 2014 as a grassroots vegan organization that brought organic fruit and vegetables from local farmers to customers' doorsteps. Over the years they have transformed from a small organization to a meal kit preparation company, a food truck, a standalone brick and mortar restaurant, to having several locations with a manufacturing center and being the world’s first publicly traded company in Canada and the United States.

Odd Burger's mission is to disrupt the fast-food industry by offering delicious food made from scratch using plant-based, minimally processed and sustainable ingredients that are good for people and the planet. The brand is fulfilling this mission by developing advanced automation technology, large scale plant-based food manufacturing facilities and a vertically integrated, locally sourced supply chain.

Currently, there are seven locations in Eastern Canada, with two new locations being built in Calgary, AB and New York, NY. Odd Burger plans to open 20 new locations in 2022.

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