Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Burgerville, Fast Food Done Right

In the northwest there is a fast food chain called Burgerville. They use potatoes grown in the northwest. They use fresh beef grown naturally by a coop of farmers in the northwest. They have bean burgers, turkey burgers and milkshakes from seasonal fruits. There packaging is minimal and without printing on it except to spread their message. They offset their carbon output by investing in a wind power farm. Why can't all fast food restaurants do that?
Wake up Wendy's, Mcdonalds, Burgerking, et, al


Anonymous said...

Hey Duane, I live in Portland and try to avoid the burgerville. The meat is always way overcooked! Too bad the patties aren't as good as everything else about them.

duane marcus Facebook me! said...

I didn't think the food was that great either but if we have to have fast food they are a good model to follow