Fast Food Plant-Based

Burger King To Open A Meat-Free Restaurant in Germany

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Burger King’s embrace of plant-based Impossible patties in their Whoppers has proved to be a popular move. BK Germany is welcoming vegan and vegetarian menu options further by opening its first ever plant-based restaurant in Cologne, Germany — albeit briefly.

From June 7 to June 11, folks can check out this limited-time location featuring the latest in Burger King’s plant-based options, like the Long Chicken Patty. This sandwich boasts a vegan ‘chicken’ patty and is topped with vegan mayo and iceberg lettuce, as reported by Food & Living Vegan. The whole menu was done in collaboration with The Vegetarian Butcher, whose developed other plant-based options for Burger King in the past, like plant-based Whopper iterations and vegan chicken nuggets.

German consumers can head to the Burger King location at Schildergasse 114 in Cologne to up their daily quotient of greens, but for a limited time only.

By Reach Guinto

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