Lifestyle & Food: The Impossible BURGER Is Possibly Going Nationwide!
Burger King is making the news this week literally!
What we know so far as the news is all about the new burger produced by Burger King one the nationwide food chain leader.
Therefore the Burger King is changing the game by introducing the impossible burger nationwide very soon. The new whopper is a vegetarian burger that looks, smells and tastes like a regular burger made with meat.
Nevertheless, has launched by Burger King under the name of Impossible burger ever. This new burger came out rapidly as a success story and a new media sensation Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube.
Because by this bold move the King of all Burger, the fast-food giant well established on the market as Burger King is shifting their paradigm to serve the vegetarian, vegan and meat lover clients with one miracle product which is The Impossible Whopper.
This Is Impossible Whopper is a unique burger that is 100% veggie but looks, taste, and smell like a real meat hamburger. The texture is amazing so authentic even you eat it, you refuse to admit that you are actually eating a full product with zero meat at all.
That why they call it the Impossible Whopper,
Going nationwide following a successful test run in St. Louis, Burger King announced Monday that the chain will introduce its Impossible Whopper to more cities this summer, with the goal of adding the popular plant-based burger to menus across the country by the end of the year.
The news should thrill those who tied up phones at the chain’s outlets in the Gateway City, trying to have a mock-meat Whopper (or a dozen) shipped to California and other locales across the United States. But it will probably unnerve small, mom-and-pop restaurants that have struggled to get their hands on Impossible Foods’ alternative-meat patties since Burger King launched its new burger this month.
At the Ted’s Bulletin chain, with five locations around the Washington, D.C., region, the Impossible Burger is the fifth-most-popular sandwich on the menu, said Nick Salis, vice president of operations. The chain sells about 250 a week, he said. But since its Burger King debut, “we’ve been seeing shortages,” Salis said.
Other area restaurants report similar issues. Ellen Cox, general manager of Quarry House Tavern, the popular dive bar in Silver Spring, Maryland, said, “People are disappointed. Rather than go for the vegan burger that we have now, they opt for the regular burger.”
These restaurant managers said the 2.0 version of the Impossible Burger has been a hit with diners, who don’t find other alternative-meat options as attractive.
“The Impossible Burger feels, tastes and chews as close to a burger as I’ve seen,” said Salis of Ted’s Bulletin.
That kind of customer demand has apparently surprised Impossible Foods, which has struggled to keep up with orders.