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The vegan fast food chain has opened its eighteenth location in Poland.
Second restaurant in Lodz and more plans
The restaurant was officially opened on 27 February 2021 at 4 p.m. The new and second facility in Łódź is located at 2 Broniewskiego St. It will be the eighteenth restaurant belonging to the Krowarzywa chain. The owners plan to continue the chain’s development. In the nearest future, further outlets will appear in Poland, located in Warsaw, Szczecin and Gdańsk. The company is also looking for new partners to increase the number of its outlets through franchising and multi-franchising.
Plant-based menu remains a long-term trend
Although Covid-19 has turned the gastronomic industry in Poland upside down in many ways, some trends pre-dating the pandemic will remain relevant. The trend for vegetarianism, veganism, and reduced meat consumption more generally, is one example. Nearly all of the country’s largest fast food chains, including KFC, Burger King, McDoland’s, Bobby Burger, or North Fish, now have meat-free alternatives and vegan options in their menus. And vegan chains such as Krowarzywa and Falla continued to add outlets in 2020, confident that the trend will continue after the coronavirus has been defeated. Falla declared that “vegan is the future of fast food”.