Burger King launches new plant-based Whopper…but it's not for vegans

Madeleine Cuff
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Soy patty will be cooked on the same grill as beef burgers, ruling it out for many vegetarians and vegans

Burger King has become the latest UK food giant to launch a new plant-based product in a bid to capitalise on the growing number of consumers taking part in Veganuary, the month-long challenge to eat a...

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