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McDonald’s Vegan Burger Debuts in Chicago

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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.

Fast-casual vegan food is so hot right now, that due to customer demand, major chains like  Taco Bell and Chipotle have rolled out guides to choosing from their many vegan options.

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.

Let’s keep asking McDonald’s for a nationwide vegan option. Submit a quick comment on our easy form today.


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