Wimpy launches vegan burger within the UK in time for Veganuary

Wimpy has launched a vegan burger! Because the UK’s oldest burger chain, Wimpy is considerably a British treasure and has targeted on the standard meat choices at their retailers.

Now, Wimpy has catapulted into the vegan sphere simply in time for Veganuary with a limited-edition plant-based burger. With a satiating Past Meat patty, lettuce, tomato and vegan mayo encased in a vegan brioche bun, we predict Wimpy is onto a winner.

How are you going to go mistaken with such a basic combo?

Chosen shops

The brand new burger is at present solely accessible at chosen shops on a trial foundation, nonetheless, the chain says it could grow to be a everlasting addition if profitable.

Wimpy is taking precautions to forestall cross-contamination, cooking the burgers on a separate grill with separate tongs. Cross-contamination is one thing Nandos got here below hearth for upon the discharge of their ‘Nice Imitator‘ with many vegans vowing to boycott the brand new product.

‘Constructed for our meat-free followers’

Wimpy proudly declared on their web site: “We’re excited to launch a brand-new burger constructed for our meat-free and flexitarian followers!”

“Fastidiously ready and individually cooked to order, the Past Meat patty combines pea and rice protein, with extracts of potato, apple, beetroot, pomegranate, carrot, and lemon juice, to create the right mix of flavours.”

The chain is just not the one one utilizing Past Meat as a vegan choice, many different eating places have additionally opted for the meaty different. Sincere Burgers and Lewis Hamilton backed Neat Burger have had nice success with their Past Meat burgers. Neat Burger even gained the title of Finest Vegan Providing on the Deliveroo Awards 2020.

The Vegan Burger is priced at £6.95, with the choice of including chips for simply £2.49. Examine your native Wimpy for the Vegan Burger immediately!

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