Great News! McDonald’s Is Testing The New McVegan Patty In Finland Through November 21, 2017

It is surprising if the words vegan and McDonald’s have been used together in a positive conversation, until now!

Last week, the fast food giant introduced the McVegan, a soy patty that is served with an eggless “McFeast” sauce.

It was launched solely in Tampere, Finland as an apparent test run. If successful, a worldwide launch of the McVegan may follow.

The eatery also boasts vegan french fries, which are baked in vegetable oil in a separate cooking pot, as a tasty accompaniment to the McVegan.

Available for the rest of October and through November 21, the McVegan is reportedly already garnering “quite positive” feedback according to Christoffer Rönnblad, McDonalds Marketing Director for Finland and reported by the Veggie Athletic blog.

“We are following the reaction with interest and we are happy to receive feedback,” he said. “That’s the purpose of the trial.”

The news follows on the heels of McDonald’s adding the Veggie McSpice burger, a red kidney bean patty with spicy cumin and cayenne pepper seasoning, on its menus in Norway in May.

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