After a successful test in St. Louis, Burger King is bringing the plant-based Impossible Whopper sandwich to three new markets. Starting Tuesday, guests can visit their local restaurants in Miami, Florida. Columbus, Georgia; and Montgomery, Alabama; to try out the Impossible Whopper.
The Impossible Whopper is “All Whopper No Beef”. It consists of a flame-fried patty made from plants topped with freshly cut tomatoes and onions, crispy lettuce, creamy mayonnaise, ketchup and crispy cucumbers on a toasted sesame bun.
All the stops are being pulled out to celebrate the launch of Impossible Whopper Burger King restaurants. An Impossible Whopper Tour Bus will only roll through each new market for a limited time, featuring all kinds of games, music, and free swag to celebrate the introduction of the plant-based burger. The tour begins May 16-18 in Miami, then goes to Columbus May 20-21 and Montgomery on May 22nd.
This April, Burger King became the first coast-to-coast fast food restaurant to serve the award-winning plant-based patty from food startup Impossible Foods, maker of Impossible patty. Burger King plans to make the Impossible Whopper available to all guests nationwide by the end of 2019.
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