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McDonald’s Is Making a Plant-Based Burger; You Can Try It in 2021

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Nov 18, 2020

Fast-food chains have been doing what they can in recent years to health-ify their menus. For better or worse, burgers, fries, fried chicken, roast beef sandwiches, and the like will never go out of style—this is America, after all—but consumers are increasingly gravitating towards healthier options.

One of those options is plant-based foods, and not just salads and veggie burgers, but “meat” made from plants. Burger King was one of the first big fast-food chains to jump on the plant-based meat bandwagon, introducing its Impossible Whopper in restaurants across the country last year after a successful pilot program. Dunkin’ (formerly Dunkin’ Donuts) uses plant-based patties in its Beyond Sausage breakfast sandwiches.

But there’s one big player in the fast food market that’s been oddly missing from the plant-based trend—until now. McDonald’s announced last week that it will debut a sandwich called the McPlant in key US markets next year. Unlike Dunkin’ and Burger King, who both worked with Impossible Foods to make their plant-based products, McDonald’s worked with Los Angeles-based Beyond Meat, which makes chicken, beef, and pork-like products from plants.

According to Bloomberg, though, McDonald’s decided to forego a partnership with Beyond Meat in favor of creating its own plant-based products. Imitation chicken nuggets and plant-based breakfast sandwiches are in its plans as well.
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I only eat Burger King burgers..
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Good for them.

I'll never eat one, but I'm all for companies trying to make more money.
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Lol it has been 97% soy 2% earthamasorbate .5% fish eyes and 1.5% beef fat for flavor since 1996 COME ON MAN
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'Tegridy Burgers?
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Lol it has been 97% soy 2% earthamasorbate .5% fish eyes and 1.5% beef fat for flavor since 1996 COME ON MAN
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WTF are you talking about?
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Yeah.. No thanx!..

I only eat Burger King burgers..

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McDonald’s Is Making a Plant-Based Burger; You Can Try It in 2021

By Vanessa Bates Ramirez -

Nov 18, 2020

Fast-food chains have been doing what they can in recent years to health-ify their menus. For better or worse, burgers, fries, fried chicken, roast beef sandwiches, and the like will never go out of style—this is America, after all—but consumers are increasingly gravitating towards healthier options.

One of those options is plant-based foods, and not just salads and veggie burgers, but “meat” made from plants. Burger King was one of the first big fast-food chains to jump on the plant-based meat bandwagon, introducing its Impossible Whopper in restaurants across the country last year after a successful pilot program. Dunkin’ (formerly Dunkin’ Donuts) uses plant-based patties in its Beyond Sausage breakfast sandwiches.

But there’s one big player in the fast food market that’s been oddly missing from the plant-based trend—until now. McDonald’s announced last week that it will debut a sandwich called the McPlant in key US markets next year. Unlike Dunkin’ and Burger King, who both worked with Impossible Foods to make their plant-based products, McDonald’s worked with Los Angeles-based Beyond Meat, which makes chicken, beef, and pork-like products from plants.

According to Bloomberg, though, McDonald’s decided to forego a partnership with Beyond Meat in favor of creating its own plant-based products. Imitation chicken nuggets and plant-based breakfast sandwiches are in its plans as well.
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and beyond meat products are the best of the best. the Pea Protein texture wise etc is superb to soy produce in pretend meats..

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McDonald’s Is Making a Plant-Based Burger; You Can Try It in 2021

By Vanessa Bates Ramirez -

Nov 18, 2020

Fast-food chains have been doing what they can in recent years to health-ify their menus. For better or worse, burgers, fries, fried chicken, roast beef sandwiches, and the like will never go out of style—this is America, after all—but consumers are increasingly gravitating towards healthier options.

One of those options is plant-based foods, and not just salads and veggie burgers, but “meat” made from plants. Burger King was one of the first big fast-food chains to jump on the plant-based meat bandwagon, introducing its Impossible Whopper in restaurants across the country last year after a successful pilot program. Dunkin’ (formerly Dunkin’ Donuts) uses plant-based patties in its Beyond Sausage breakfast sandwiches.

But there’s one big player in the fast food market that’s been oddly missing from the plant-based trend—until now. McDonald’s announced last week that it will debut a sandwich called the McPlant in key US markets next year. Unlike Dunkin’ and Burger King, who both worked with Impossible Foods to make their plant-based products, McDonald’s worked with Los Angeles-based Beyond Meat, which makes chicken, beef, and pork-like products from plants.

According to Bloomberg, though, McDonald’s decided to forego a partnership with Beyond Meat in favor of creating its own plant-based products. Imitation chicken nuggets and plant-based breakfast sandwiches are in its plans as well.
 Quoting: GLP Gadfly


and beyond meat products are the best of the best. the Pea Protein texture wise etc is superb to soy produce in pretend meats..
 Quoting: ALL IS ONE IS ALL


except there is toxic canola oil in the BM products
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Between that and the soy, there is no way I would eat the stuff at least on a consistent basis.
10 years from now they will wonder where all of the cancer is coming from. They will be like the tabacco companies of the 50s and 60s.
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McDonald’s Is Making a Plant-Based Burger; You Can Try It in 2021

By Vanessa Bates Ramirez -

Nov 18, 2020

Fast-food chains have been doing what they can in recent years to health-ify their menus. For better or worse, burgers, fries, fried chicken, roast beef sandwiches, and the like will never go out of style—this is America, after all—but consumers are increasingly gravitating towards healthier options.

One of those options is plant-based foods, and not just salads and veggie burgers, but “meat” made from plants. Burger King was one of the first big fast-food chains to jump on the plant-based meat bandwagon, introducing its Impossible Whopper in restaurants across the country last year after a successful pilot program. Dunkin’ (formerly Dunkin’ Donuts) uses plant-based patties in its Beyond Sausage breakfast sandwiches.

But there’s one big player in the fast food market that’s been oddly missing from the plant-based trend—until now. McDonald’s announced last week that it will debut a sandwich called the McPlant in key US markets next year. Unlike Dunkin’ and Burger King, who both worked with Impossible Foods to make their plant-based products, McDonald’s worked with Los Angeles-based Beyond Meat, which makes chicken, beef, and pork-like products from plants.

According to Bloomberg, though, McDonald’s decided to forego a partnership with Beyond Meat in favor of creating its own plant-based products. Imitation chicken nuggets and plant-based breakfast sandwiches are in its plans as well.
 Quoting: GLP Gadfly


and beyond meat products are the best of the best. the Pea Protein texture wise etc is superb to soy produce in pretend meats..
 Quoting: ALL IS ONE IS ALL


except there is toxic canola oil in the BM products
 Quoting: Naunet


Canola oil is not toxic.. that is a very old internet rumormill. In fact for some with certain neurological conditions is it life saving. It is time to research.. is it not and not just copy paste? Yep

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Tried a beyond meat burger made of pea protein, smelled bad like burned plastic while cooking, had a test nibble them threw it out

Wtf they put in that hot garbage
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McDonald’s Is Making a Plant-Based Burger; You Can Try It in 2021

By Vanessa Bates Ramirez -

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Fast-food chains have been doing what they can in recent years to health-ify their menus. For better or worse, burgers, fries, fried chicken, roast beef sandwiches, and the like will never go out of style—this is America, after all—but consumers are increasingly gravitating towards healthier options.

One of those options is plant-based foods, and not just salads and veggie burgers, but “meat” made from plants. Burger King was one of the first big fast-food chains to jump on the plant-based meat bandwagon, introducing its Impossible Whopper in restaurants across the country last year after a successful pilot program. Dunkin’ (formerly Dunkin’ Donuts) uses plant-based patties in its Beyond Sausage breakfast sandwiches.

But there’s one big player in the fast food market that’s been oddly missing from the plant-based trend—until now. McDonald’s announced last week that it will debut a sandwich called the McPlant in key US markets next year. Unlike Dunkin’ and Burger King, who both worked with Impossible Foods to make their plant-based products, McDonald’s worked with Los Angeles-based Beyond Meat, which makes chicken, beef, and pork-like products from plants.

According to Bloomberg, though, McDonald’s decided to forego a partnership with Beyond Meat in favor of creating its own plant-based products. Imitation chicken nuggets and plant-based breakfast sandwiches are in its plans as well.
 Quoting: GLP Gadfly


and beyond meat products are the best of the best. the Pea Protein texture wise etc is superb to soy produce in pretend meats..
 Quoting: ALL IS ONE IS ALL


except there is toxic canola oil in the BM products
 Quoting: Naunet


Canola oil is not toxic.. that is a very old internet rumormill. In fact for some with certain neurological conditions is it life saving. It is time to research.. is it not and not just copy paste? Yep
 Quoting: ALL IS ONE IS ALL


canola is the product of a GMO'd rapeseed plant

there is no natural "canola" plant

canola was "created" as part of the war on fat

partly due to "lobbying" from you know who

because deep frying used to be done in tallow or lard

one of which is "not kosher"

Tallow is rendered beef fat,

Lard is rendered pork fat : "unclean"
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Yeah.. No thanx!..

I only eat Burger King boogers..

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no thanks..

i dont do fast food, plant or meat based.
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Between that and the soy, there is no way I would eat the stuff at least on a consistent basis.
10 years from now they will wonder where all of the cancer is coming from. They will be like the tabacco companies of the 50s and 60s.
 Quoting: President Elect dschis1000


You think soyburgers are going to cause cancer?!
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Lots of estrogen, no testosterone in plant-based burgers.
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