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Admin Reporter- Pooja

Aug 09 2019


Why Your Meatless Fast-Food Burger Could Be Covered in Animal Residue

Friday, 9 August 2019

Earlier this year, fast-food giant Burger King announced it was going to offer a vegetarian-friendly version of its signature sandwich: the Impossible Whopper.The new burger would use a patty from Impossible Foods, a company that makes plant-based substitutes for dairy and meat food products.

 

 

 

While welcome news at first for vegetarian and vegan consumers who in the past have always had difficulty finding options that work for them at places like their local Burger King, the new veggie option comes with a caveat.On its website’s description of the Impossible Whopper, the second-largest burger chain in the United States offers an asterisk: The patty is prepared on the “same broiler used for beef and chicken.”

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