Why It's Important: Plant-based burgers may not sound appealing to meat lovers, but it's one of those things that are hard to beat until you try. The Impossible Whopper may be a little healthier than the traditional version, with around 15 percent less fat and 90 percent less cholesterol.
Burger King began testing a meat-free version of its famous Whopper at select restaurants in the St. Louis area earlier this year. Now the Burger Chair is preparing to take the Impossible Whopper nationwide.
As of August 8, you can order an Impossible Whopper at one of more than 7,000 BK locations across the country – either on-site or through DoorDash.
The Impossible Whopper is based on a vegetable patty from Impossible Foods and contains no beef. However, it retains the same consistency and taste as traditional meat. It's so convincing that even Burger King employees, who are very familiar with the legendary burger, find it hard to distinguish between a regular Whopper and the impossible Whopper.
Burger King is not the only fast food chain that experimented with herbal products. based alternatives. Earlier this year, Carl's Jr. teamed up with Beyond Meat to offer its pet-free creation to more than 1
From August 8th to September 1st, Burger King is offering an action where DoorDash users can order a regular Whopper and the Impossible Whopper for just one Euro $ 7 with free shipping – a little taste test if you like want. Normally, the Impossible Whopper is sold for $ 5.59.