The M​cP.L.T is heading our way (well, if you're in Canada)

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M​cDonald's is entering into the ever-growing and popular world of plant-based food, beginning with a P.L.T.

P​.L.T stands for Plant, Lettuce and Tomato according to the chain, which claims it's very similar to its other burgers, but made with a Beyond Meat patty.

A​ccording to Buzzfeed, Beyond Meat has partnered with other big brands including KFC on its Beyond Chicken, and Subway on its Beyond Meatball. The meat-free movement is reaching far and wide these days.

The new vegan M​cDonald's burder will appear in store on Monday in 28 locations in Canada, and will hopefully spread its way around the world before we know it.

W​hat are your thoughts on the P.L.T?

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Comments (13)
  • But wait a second: This one is going to be made with a Beyond pattie, yet not vegan, correct?

    1 month ago
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    • In Canada, A&W started selling Beyond burgers about a year and a half ago. I went to get one right away to try it out. They asked me if I wanted cheese or bacon. I'm not a vegan or anything...

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      1 month ago
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    • That‘s interesting. What did you think of your Beyond burger?

      I mean, even for me as herbivore it still makes sense. Having bacon and cheese without the meat pattie still means...

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      1 month ago
  • The Big Vegan TS has been around in Germany for a couple of months now at McDonald's. And while I was excited at first, it quickly became as boring as all other burgers at McDonald's (stopped eating them way before going plant-based). BUT the Big Vegan is not made with a Beyond pattie - so that's an entirely different story!

    1 month ago
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