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GEMMA

The crazy mind behind the idea of opening a restaurant. Yeap, everything started with the idea of opening a place, but life sometimes has other plans. All the good and bad things that happened to us led us to this:

A VEGAN FOOD TRUCK,

🚛💛

serving our favourite meal of the day, Brunch. 

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MARTA

If someone offers me a challenge (yes, it’s me, Marta, writing now), I can’t say no, and Gemma knew that when she proposed me to be the project manager. I love to organise and have the freedom to try everything that pops into my mind, so if you see something unusual, it might be me. 

GEMMA

The crazy mind behind the idea of opening a restaurant. Yeap, everything started with the idea of opening a place, but life sometimes has other plans. All the good and bad things that happened to us led us to this:
A VEGAN FOOD TRUCK, 🚛💛
serving our favourite meal of the day,
Brunch.

MARTA

If someone offers me a challenge (yes, it’s me, Marta, writing now), I can’t say no, and Gemma knew that when she proposed me to be the project manager. I love to organise and have the freedom to try everything that pops into my mind, so if you see something unusual, it might be me. 

FUN FACTS

💪 We are tired of working with companies that do not share our values (food and water waste, single-use plastic, bad working conditions to maximise profit). Our business, our values.

🥞 We love when people smile when they first hear Fancy Brunchy’s name.

♻ We want to build a business that will be the first step for a more suitable industry business.

🐄 We chose to have a vegan business because of the environment. (A milking cow eats about 100 pounds of feed and drinks about 30 to 50 gallons of water each day, multiply that for 270 million cows).

🐖 Also vegan because of the animals. (cows have favourite friends and can become stressed when they are separated from one another, Pigs are smarter than your dog and have a great memory).

🌎 Vegan because we don’t have a planet B (When cows digest food, fermentation results in a large amount of methane; cattle produce 250 to 500 litres of the gas per day, and it’s a more potent greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide. Livestock is responsible for 14.5 % of all emissions).

😱 Eating at Fancy Brunchy will help the environment. ( a plant base breakfast sandwich has 86% fewer emissions than a regular brekkie).

FUN FACTS

💪 We are tired of working with companies that do not share our values (food and water waste, single-use plastic, bad working conditions to maximise profit). Our business, our values.

🥞 We love when people smile when they first hear Fancy Brunchy’s name.

♻ We want to build a business that will be the first step for a more suitable industry business.

🐄 We chose to have a vegan business because of the environment. (A milking cow eats about 100 pounds of feed and drinks about 30 to 50 gallons of water each day, multiply that for 270 million cows).

🐖 Also vegan because of the animals. (cows have favourite friends and can become stressed when they are separated from one another, Pigs are smarter than your dog and have a great memory).

🌎 Vegan because we don’t have a planet B (When cows digest food, fermentation results in a large amount of methane; cattle produce 250 to 500 litres of the gas per day, and it’s a more potent greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide. Livestock is responsible for 14.5 % of all emissions).

😱 Eating at Fancy Brunchy will help the environment. ( a plant base breakfast sandwich has 86% fewer emissions than a regular brekkie).

References

McLennan, K.M. «Social Bonds In Dairy Cattle: The Effect Of Dynamic Group Systems On Welfare And Productivity«. University Of Northampton, 2013.

Gerber, P.J. et al. Tackling Climate Change Through Livestock – A Global Assessment of Emissions and Mitigation Opportunities. Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations (FAO), 2013.

Bačėninaitė, D., Džermeikaitė, K., & Antanaitis, R. (2022). Global Warming and Dairy Cattle: How to Control and Reduce Methane Emission. Animals : an open access journal from MDPI12(19), 2687. https://doi.org/10.3390/ani12192687

Gibbs, J., & Cappuccio, F. P. (2022). Plant-Based Dietary Patterns for Human and Planetary Health. Nutrients14(8), 1614. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu14081614

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