The initial test reportedly had "encouraging reports", and that sales of the vegan Whopper are "complementing traditional Whopper purchases", rather than having consumers swap the traditional burger for the plant-based one.
It said: "Impossible Foods recognises the inconvenience that this shortage is causing and sincerely apologises to all customers, particularly those who have come to depend on the additional foot traffic and revenue that the Impossible Burger has generated". If guest reaction stays on top of the charts, the company would expand in a nationwide launch.
We've reached out to Burger King Middle East to find out whether or not we can expect the veggie-friendly Whopper in the UAE any time soon, but have yet to hear back. The product is created to give the customers another option if they want to eat a burger every day, but not eat beef or any kind of meat.
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The group of people then breaks out singing "All I ask is that you let me feel my way" sung to the same tune as "Have It Your Way", a song that burger fans might recognize from 1970s Burger King commercials. That is what Burger King used in their Impossible Whoppers.
"It's really hard to distinguish between the Impossible Whopper and the original offer". According to the company's 2018 Sustainability Report, if Americans replace 50 percent of their beef intake with plant-based food, the earth would be spared 35 million metric tons of carbon. Compared to the beef industry, the environmental footprint of plant-based foods is comparably lower. Eventually, the market could reach $35 billion in the U.S., according to Impossible Foods' competitor, Beyond Meat.