On April 1, the Impossible Whopper was introduced in 59 stores across St. Louis in Missouri and later it was brought to Missouri, Miami, Alabama, and Georgia. Now, burger king’s plant-based sandwich is available in 100 stores over San Fransico Bay Area.
Burger King stated that the St Louis experiment went exceptionally good. “As a result there are plans to extend testing into additional markets in the very near future,” said a representative for the chain.
The Impossible Whopper is the same as the company’s beef burger except for the patty that is replaced with the Impossible Foods’ vegan patty. The sandwich also has tomatoes, lettuce, mayonnaise, pickles, and sliced white onions on sesame seed bun. Vegans can get the Mayo removed from the burger to make it entirely free of animal products.
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