McDonald’s. Has announced that a long-awaited item will finally be added to the menu of UK restaurants.
After years of research, fast food chain is finally introducing vegan burgers in the UK to make plant-based patties and Vegetarian Piece of cheese
Fast the meal The giant will test a new 49 3.49 Mac plant in 10 Coventry restaurants from September 29 and another 250 outlets from October 13, with the aim of launching it nationwide next year.
The plant-based offering will be made of vegan sauce, mustard, ketchup, vegan sauce, onions, pickles, lettuce, tomatoes and vegan cheese, and will be cooked separately from other McDonald’s burgers and sandwiches.
McDonald’s Vegan Burger is after three years of research.
It brings vegan alternatives to British and Irish customers after three years of research and development, in which Patty has teamed up with American alternative meat brands Beyond Matt and Vegan Cheese based on pea protein. Match the taste of regular Chinese cheese. Slices, as well as a new vegan sauce.
McDonald’s UK And Michelle Graham Claire, Ireland’s Chief Marketing Officer, said: “We are delighted that MacPlant is finally being launched in the UK and Ireland.
“Like every McDonald’s offering, we take our time to make sure it meets the highest standards and that’s something all our customers will enjoy.”
“We’re always looking for different ways to innovate and meet the needs of our customers, and with MacPlant we have a delicious plant-based burger that everyone will love.”
“Whether you’re a vegan or a plant-based patty, we’re sure you’ll enjoy MacPlanet.”