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Despite its convenience, comfort and affordability, fast food tends to have a bad reputation. Three chefs are out to change that by celebrating the best fast-food items out there. On the TruTV show Fast Foodies, award-winning chefs Kristen Kish, Jeremy Ford and Justin Sutherland, who you might know best from shows like Top
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Globally Local is to become the world’s first vegan fast-food chain to go public.
The company, which aims to have 20 locations across North America by 2022, will debut on the Toronto Stock Exchange’s Venture Exchange tomorrow.
Founded in 2016, Globally Local serves a range of American favorites such as burgers, chicken, salad, wraps, desserts, and shakes.
It also produces its own proteins and dairy alternatives, to achieve price parity with its non-vegan fast-food competitors.
Globally Local says this helps ‘eliminate the perception that vegan food is expensive’.
When White Castle asked its employees what they wanted in their uniforms, many asked for a durag. So the fast-food brand commissioned the award-winning Liberian-American designer Telfar Clemens to create one. It’s the first time a fast-food chain has issued this hair accessory as part of its uniform.
This week, White Castle and Telfar unveiled the updated look as part of the burger joint’s 100th anniversary celebrations. Photographer Elliott Jerome Brown Jr. captured employees wearing the outfits in an intimate portrait series that offers a glimpse into the their lives during the pandemic. Like much of Telfar’s work, the collection
Wendy’s in north Rexburg opened in 1985. It will close Sunday, April 18 and a new restaurant will be built in the area. | Courtesy Robert Pincock
REXBURG — After 36 years in business, Wendy’s on 2nd East in north Rexburg will close Sunday and the restaurant will re-open an updated, modern location this fall.
“We are excited for this new location and appreciate all the years of business in our current location. There are many memories there and we will miss the old building,” says Robert Pincock, the co-owner of Classic Foods.
Wendy’s opened at 545 North 2nd East