Burgerville CEO Talks with Right At The Fork

Burgerville CEO talks about staying true to our community-based mission and vision amid pandemic. Recently, Chris Angelus of Right at the Fork podcast interviewed our CEO, Jill Taylor, about pretty much all things Burgerville: ·      Our response to COVID keeping workers, customers and our region healthy; ·      Our explosive growth in digital ordering; ·      Our industry-leading rewards program, […]

Restaurants Can Do Their Part for Climate Change

This Earth Day, Burgerville encourages restaurants to do their part for climate change Jill Taylor, CEO, Burgerville In 2019, Burgerville declared a new vision: To make the Pacific Northwest the Healthiest Region on the Planet. It’s a tall order. But we’ve been working toward it for decades by including sustainability in all of our operations. […]

Supporting Seed Sovereignty, One Packet at a Time

At Burgerville, we’ve been giving seeds to kids since 2001 to help kids understand the connection between our food and where it comes from.  There’s nothing like planting a seed, watering, waiting, then watching it sprout into something you can eat.  Also, do we really need more tiny plastic toys around the house?  Your instep […]

Celebrating 60 Years

21,900 days of Burgerville 60 years ago March 10th, we opened the very first Burgerville USA in Vancouver, Washington. We had a pretty simple vision: delicious food, served quickly with care. Over the next decades, we grew to 40-plus restaurants throughout Oregon and South Washington and in the process, redefined what quality quick-service food should […]

Meet New Turkey Supplier Champoeg Farm!

Turkey in the Straw? How About the Pasture Instead? Meet New Turkey Supplier Champoeg Farm! Welcome turkey-burger lovers! As we step up our partnerships with local farmers and ranchers, Burgerville has started sourcing pastured raised turkey from a newfarmer: Champoeg Farm! That’s pronounced “sham-poo-ee,” in case you’re not from around here. Mark Anderson is the […]

Helping families keep warm in the winter

Since 2015, we’ve helped families keep warm in the winter. For the seventh year in a row, Burgerville is proud to partner with Clark Public Utilities in supporting Operation Warm Heart, a program that helps our Northwest neighbors in Clark County who need extra assistance paying their winter heating bills. Since its creation in 1985, […]

It Takes a Chef (or Three)

At Burgerville, we often talk about where our food comes from. Ultimately though, it’s what we do with those ingredients that determines our success. In simple terms, if our food tastes bad, you won’t eat it. Luckily, we have a remarkable team of culinary-trained chefs who dream up, experiment, fiddle, adjust, throw out, start over […]

Yes, Your New Wellness Thing CAN Be a Shake

If you’re like a few of us at BV Central (aka home office/laundry room/pet closet) you may be beating yourself up over the Nots: moving enough, eating well, staying in touch with friends, parenting correctly, taking time for yourself. With all that’s going on in our world, the last thing we want to do is […]

Adelante Mujeres: From Farmer’s Market Food Booth to Force Social Change

One of the biggest barriers all women face in entering and staying in the job market was, is, and will continue to be access to affordable childcare. How do you attend school to earn a GED or college degree without it? Adult Ed classes, job training, and participating in the work force all depend on […]

The No. 6 Burger: A Burger to Restore the NW Region, one bite at a time

The No. 6 Burger: A Burger to Restore the NW Region, one bite at a time In 2019, we set ourselves a challenge: could we build a burger based on our company vision of making our region the healthiest region on the planet, one bite at a time? We literally mean the bite part. In […]

Burger Brigade Donation Recipient: The Black Farmer’s Collective

The Black Farmer’s Collective (BFC) is a group of growers, sellers, preparers, educators and eaters who own and operate a 1.5 acre urban farm in Seattle and a new 4 acre farm in Woodinville, WA. We recently sat down over Zoom to have a conversation with Hannah Wilson, Farm Manager, YES Farm – a member […]

Burgerville Teams Up with United Way to Support Wildfire Relief

Burgerville’s vision is to make this the healthiest region on the planet. This means that we step up during times of crisis, whether its burger delivery to first responders or cash donations to support immediate aid and recovery efforts from wildfires. Last September when wildfires swept through the Northwest, communities were in crisis. Our own […]

Slay Hunger, One Burger At a Time

National Cheeseburger Day 2020 is in the rearview mirror, and we’re here to pat everyone on the back. To our crew, our community and our guest for helping us SLAY HUNGER on September 18! We approached NCBD a little differently this year. We chose to give back to the community. For every Vampire Slayer Burger […]

Slaying Hunger Together on National Cheeseburger Day

Slaying Hunger Together on National Cheeseburger Day Today as we post this, Oregon is ravaged by wildfires and smoke. Our stores are closed as we keep our employees and customers safe from toxic air and smoke. We hope that you and your loved ones are out of harm’s way. There is an immediate need for […]

Temporarily Closed Due to Air Quality

Dear friends: first and most important, we hope you and your loved ones are safe from the fires. It’s a scary time and our hearts go out to you and to our employees, many of whom are directly affected. We want to let you know that September 11th through the 15th, all of our restaurants […]