Odd Burger, a Canada-based vegan quick-service restaurant chain, opened its first on-campus nontraditional location in London, Ontario at Western University. The unit is in the University Community Centre Food Hub. The UCC Food Hub is Western's busiest food court, with approximately 8,000 students eating there daily during the school year.

Odd Burger is Western's first 100% plant-based eatery and will offer an extensive menu including plant-based burgers, breakfast sandwiches, wraps, loaded fries, salads and dairy-free milkshakes. “As a Western alumnus, this is a particularly proud moment for me,” says James McInnes, CEO and co-founder of Odd Burger. “It’s such an amazing opportunity to now partner with Western and give so many future leaders the chance to experience delicious fast food that's also better for the planet and animals.”

Odd Burger manufactures a proprietary line of plant-based protein and dairy alternatives. The company distributes its manufactured products to Odd Burger restaurant locations through its foodservice line.