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FoodHere's Every City Where You Can Get Burger King's New Impossible Whopper

17:45  14 may  2019
17:45  14 may  2019 Source:   thrillist.com

Burger King’s Whopper Is Going 100% Meatless With Impossible Burger Patties

Burger King’s Whopper Is Going 100% Meatless With Impossible Burger Patties Burger King has gone to great lengths to keep its signature Whopper sandwich fresh and exciting in recent years -- everything from serving it on alarmingly red (or black!) buns to stacking literally eight slices of cheese on top. Now, the royal burger slinger is unleashing a new take on the iconic, 62-year-old burger in an extraordinary move to keep up with today's tastes. It's called the Impossible Whopper, and unlike every Whopper before it, it's 100% meat-free. As in the burger patty is made with plants, not beef. Yes, for real. BK officially unveiled the Impossible Whopper on Monday, but it's no April's Fools Day joke.

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Sadly, the Impossible Whopper isn't available at all Burger King locations yet. In fact, according to the press release, it' s only available at 59 restaurant If this ever ends up making its way to New York City , I could actually see myself becoming a Burger King regular. Midwestern readers, the fate of the

Burger King has announced the next cities that will be getting the Impossible Whopper, with a plant-based burger from Impossible Meats.

Here's Every City Where You Can Get Burger King's New Impossible Whopper© Courtesy of Burger King
From Beyond Day to your weird friend Dale who can't stop talking about it, plant-based meat alternatives have taken a massive stride forward. It feels like they're everywhere, and that includes a growing number of fast food restaurants. Burger King tested a meatless Impossible Burger version of its classic Whopper back in April. (And it was pretty good, especially for something that appears far more sustainable than beef.)

The test was run at locations in St. Louis, and the company said the menu item performed "exceedingly well." It is now preparing to bring the 100% meatless Whopper to restaurants across the country. The chain will first test the burger in additional markets before a larger nationwide rollout. The plans are not terribly specific, but we now know who will be dipping their toes in the faux-meat waters next. Burger King has announced that locations in Miami, Florida; Columbus, Georgia; and Montgomery, Alabama will be getting the burger as part of what it is calling the Impossible Whopper Tour.

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Burger King announced it will be testing out the Impossible Whopper , a plant-based version of the classic Calling all plant-based eaters: you can now order an Impossible Whopper at BK, but there' s a Look, feel and live great while getting on the path to better health with the new Eat This, Not That!

Celebrate Burger King ' s most famous monster sandwich with these fun facts about the In 2009, Burger King released a limited-edition burger called the “Angry Whopper .” If consumers like those meatless burgers , we can expect to see the Impossible Whopper expand into every Burger King in

The tour bus will roll through cities bringing along "games, music, and free swag to celebrate the launch of the plant-based burger." The flame-grilled festivities will start in Miami on May 16-18. Then it will head to Columbus on May 20-21 before ending in Montgomery on May 22.

If you're jonesing for a vegetarian (not vegan) option at your local BK, expect the rollout to be slow. Maybe not impossibly slow, but slow. Though, Impossible may have an easier time scaling up after it recently announced it raised another $300 million in capital. Dale is going to be so happy.

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