This Vegan Organic Fast Food Chain Is Taking Over The US

This is the first eatery of its kind in the States
The eatery sources its ingredients locally and organically (Photo: Amy's Drive Thru Instagram)

Vegan, gluten-free and organic fast food chain Amy's Drive Thru - the first of its kind in the U.S. - is expanding to Corte Madera, California next year.

Following its success in Rohnert Park, California, which opened in 2015, the health-focused vegan drive thru will open a second store in 2018.

Five more locations in Nothern California are also set to open after that.

The food

A healthier (and more ethical) alternative to Burger King and Taco Bell, Amy's Drive Thru features burgers, burritos, pizza, and mac 'n' cheese, among other dishes. 

Desserts also include cinnamon rolls and milkshakes.

The ingredients are sourced locally and organically, with recipes inspired by employee's family recipe books.


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