As demand for plant-based food increases, McDonald’s makes a vegan burger option available on its menu.
Join us in asking the fast food chain to make a vegan burger available nationwide.
A coalition of animal rights organizations has long asked McDonald’s to make changes for birds suffering in its supply chain. Tactics include a video ad seen by millions in Times Square, eye-opening demonstrations and more.
We even sent a singing chicken telegram to McDonald’s Chicago HQ.
Now, McDonald’s offers a vegan McAloo Tikki burger in Chicago. VegNews reported that the Indian-inspired patty is made with potatoes and peas and topped with onion and tomato. And, you can order it vegan without the mayo.
A nationwide McAloo Tikki, and other vegan options, could be on their way to McDonald’s. SVP of Corporate Strategy Lucy Brady recently said “plant-based protein is something we’re keeping our eye on.” She cited the popularity of plant-powered patties like the Impossible Burger.
On store shelves too, convenient and quick vegan meals are selling like hot cakes. As thousands join our campaign for a vegan BOCA brand, the company recently debuted the first all-vegan turkey burger.
It’s time for McDonald’s to offer a vegan burger, too.
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