Vancouver vegetarian spot Tera V Burger looks for new owner with $135,000 budget

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      Tera V Burger is a Vancouver eatery that has a deep concern for the environment.

      It suggests that going vegetarian or vegan may be the single greatest thing one can do to spare the Earth from the ecological effects of raising animals for food.

      Its online plug states, “Eat Healthy, Eat Green, Eat at Tera V Burger.”

      The 2961 West Broadway spot was opened in May 2012 by Jagmohan Basran, who used to own a credit card store in Kelowna.

      A sale listing for Tera V seems to suggest that Basran is going back.

      “Priced to sell with the owner moving to the Okanagan,” the listing says.

      It adds: “Owner also willing to stay on board for a transition of ownership depending on terms and offer.”

      The listing price is $135,000.

      According to the announcement, Tera V is a “well established business that is turnkey ready for a new operator”.

      It has an “established and growing” customer base. It also has an existing food delivery service. Lease on the place has three years left, with a renewal option.