Wednesday, 11 July 2018

Everyone is loving the new plant-based Beyond Meat burger at A&W, except vegans

quote [ On July 9, A&W launched the country’s first-ever fully plant-based burger patty, the Beyond Meat Burger, at all of their locations Canada-wide.

People who hadn’t eaten fast food in years dropped everything to run to their nearest A&W to get the alternative burger, and there have been plenty of rave reviews in its first two days.

But while the overall reception has been positive, there’s a vocal community of dissenters to the Beyond Meat Burger at A&W Canada, and it might be taking a bite out of their target market: Vegans. ]

A&W is great. They'll replace the bun on any of their burgers with a lettuce wrap, and if you hold the sauce it's just a bag of real food: meat, cheese and veggies.
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damnit said @ 10:46am GMT on 11th July
This and the Impossible Burger are not marketed to vegans.

If you go to a restaurant that normally didn't have vegan options, they are not just going to create a separate kitchen for vegan food.

A friend in college was Hindu and vegetarian. She never ate the food in the cafeteria even if it was marketed as vegetarian cause they are prepared with tools used to prepare meat.


damnit said @ 10:49am GMT on 11th July
This and the Impossible Burger are not marketed to vegans. It's for someone who wants a healthier food option and considering becoming vegan/vegetarian.

If you go to a restaurant that normally didn't have vegan options, they are not just going to create a separate kitchen for vegan food.

A friend in college was Hindu and vegetarian. She never ate the food in the cafeteria even if it was marketed as vegetarian cause they are prepared with tools used to prepare meat.

It's like Five Guys' Kosher style hot dogs. If you're of Jewish fate and only eat Kosher meat, Five Guys Kosher style hot dogs are not kosher.



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damnit said @ 10:46am GMT on 11th July
This and the Impossible Burger are not marketed to vegans. It's for someone who wants a healthier food option and considering becoming vegan/vegetarian.

If you go to a restaurant that normally didn't have vegan options, they are not just going to create a separate kitchen for vegan food.

A friend in college was Hindu and vegetarian. She never ate the food in the cafeteria even if it was marketed as vegetarian cause they are prepared with tools used to prepare meat.

It's like Five Guys' Kosher style hot dogs. If you're of Jewish fate and only eat Kosher meat, Five Guys Kosher style hot dogs are not kosher.




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