Burger King debuts vegan nugget range in drive to build 50 per cent meat-free menu

Cecilia Keating
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Burger King's vegan nuggets will be supplied by the Vegetarian Butcher | Credit: Burger King
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Burger King's vegan nuggets will be supplied by the Vegetarian Butcher | Credit: Burger King

Fast food giant CEO heralds launch of plant-based nuggets as 'important next step' in plans to deliver a menu where half the options are meat-free by 2030

Burger King has launched a new range of vegan nuggets across the UK, as part of the fast-food giant's ongoing push to offer diners a 50 per cent meat-free menu by 2030. The company, which is claiming...

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