Next month, McDonald’s will begin testing its new plant-based McPlant burgers

McDonald's McPlant burgers

With Beyond Meat, McDonald’s is testing the McPlant burger at eight locations in the U.S. next month.

The fast-food chain will offer the McPlant at eight restaurants across the US starting on November 3rd and until supplies last for customers in Irving, Texas; Carrollton, Texas; Cedar Falls, Iowa; Jennings, Louisiana; Lake Charles, Louisiana; El Segundo, California; and Manhattan Beach, California, can order the McPlant for a limited time

Customers in Irving, Texas; Carrollton, Texas; Cedar Falls, Iowa; Jennings, Louisiana; Lake Charles, Louisiana; and Manhattan Beach, El Segundo, California can order the McPlant from eight McDonald’s restaurants in the US beginning November 3rd until supplies last.

In addition to the US and the UK, McDonald’s is testing the burger in countries such as Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Austria as well.

According to the company, the meatless burger is made from potatoes, peas, and rice. However, the burger will not be completely plant-based since it contains mayonnaise and American cheese. But it won’t be more expensive than other burgers.

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