Co-founded by celebrity chef Spike Mendelsohn, PLNT Burger has officially announced the launch of its fourth location, which is located in Wynnewood, Pa., and will provide plant-based, planet-friendly, and affordable food options to hungry consumers in the region.

“We’re thrilled to bring PLNT Burger to Wynnewood,” said Mendelsohn. “As we continue to expand locations across the nation, our team at PLNT Burger is proud to be serving up more delicious burgers, fries, and soft-serve that celebrate our shared humanity and bring people joy.”

The new restaurant is PLNT Burger’s first in Pennsylvania. Found inside the Wynnewood Whole Foods Market, it will serve up the same plant-based American classics as the other venues in Silver Spring, Md., Washington D.C., and Columbia, Md.

“PLNT Burger allows us to celebrate our favorite foods while contributing to our health and the health of the planet,” natural foods entrepreneur and PLNT Burger co-founder Seth Goldman said. “We’re proud to open our first store in Pennsylvania in support of our mission of spreading a more just, equitable, and resilient food system.”

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, PLNT Burger is currently only offering contact-free pick-up or walk-in ‘to-go’ orders at its restaurants’ physical locations, or delivery via its new app, UberEats, Postmates, Doordash, or Grubhub.

Mendelsohn and his team have also taken measures to ensure the safety of PLNT Burger’s workers and customers, including implementing social distancing guidelines, disinfecting counters and workspaces, frequently changing gloves, requiring staff to wear masks, and pre-packaging individual drinks and sauces.

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