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A Vegetarian Drive-Thru Is Opening In California And We Are Pumped About It

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Vegetarians, rejoice. Amy’s Kitchen, a company that prepares vegetarian frozen meals and convenience food, is opening an all-vegetarian drive-thru restaurant in California next month.

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The drive-thru will serve meat-free burgers, burritos, pizza, salad, plus milkshakes and  vegan shakes. Menu items can be ordered vegan or gluten-free, and every ingredient is non-GMO. Hell yeah.

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And it gets better. Over 95% of the products will be organic and most will be locally sourced. Plus the menu is peanut-free and egg-free. And everything will be prepared onsite, too. Hell yeah times a million.

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Don’t fear, the quality products and ingredients will not increase the menu item prices. For example, a single patty burger will cost $2.99, a basic burrito will cost $4.69, and salads made with seasonal produce will cost as little as $3.99.

Also, Amy’s Drive-Thru also plans to build a “living roof” covered with drought-tolerant plants, which has the potential to reduce a building’s energy needs. And the building will use an on-site water tower to collect rain to water the roof, and use a reclaimed water system for irrigation purposes. Why can’t all fast food restaurants be like you, Amy’s?

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Amy’s Kitchen aims to lead the fast food industry into a delicious, organic, non-GMO, sustainable future, and gives us all hope for the future of the fast food industry. Thank you, Amy’s Kitchen. Thank you.

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