Biff’s Jack Shack, the dirty vegan operator, is opening its third site, and second with Eat 17, at the retail and food concept’s Homerton site.

Founder Biff Burrows told MCA the partnership was based on a likeminded ethos and ethics, with potential for more concessions at other Eat 17 stores.

Similar to the Walthamstow site, the new shack is located within the Eat 17 Spar store, and is the sole operator, in its own bespoke space within the store.

Meanwhile Burrows said he was working on launching branded Biff’s products into the on-trade and retail, with a range of range of SKUs starting with a frozen patty and ‘wings’.

On the latest opening in Homerton he said: “Its opportunistic and desirable model for expansion for us. It fits what we do - Eat 17 have a great record in the industry for being forward thinking, and stock a lot of independent and vegan brands, which is super important to us.

“These stores are bringing people in that are sympathetic to our ethos and ethics, so it’s a really good collaboration.

“We like small spaces – we’re not after big bricks and mortar site, we like to keep agile. This is the perfect fit for us.

He added: “We are also launching into he on trade and retail space within the next few months, with a range of SKUs starting with frozen patty and wings.

“The reason we do so well as because of our quality, so it will say Biff’s Jack Shack on the menus.”

Similar to the Walthamstow site, the new shack is located within the Eat 17 Spar store and will be offering Biff’s jackfruit burgers and ‘wings’ for eat in, collection and delivery.

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