McDonald’s Launches Its Exclusive New Beyond Meat McPlant Burger At Eight Locations Throughout The U.S. Beginning On November 3rd

On November 3rd, McDonald’s is launching a delicious new version of its plant-based burger featuring Beyond Meat, called the McPlant, in eight select restaurants across the United States.

According to a statement by McDonalds, for a limited time, the new and improved McPlant burger will be available while supplies last at McDonald’s locations in: Irving and Carrollton, Texas; Cedar Falls, Iowa; Jennings and Lake Charles, Louisiana; and El Segundo and Manhattan Beach, California.

As previously reported by WAN, in February, Beyond Meat Inc. announced the establishment of a three-year global strategic agreement with McDonald’s Corporation.

As part of the agreement, Beyond Meat will be the preferred supplier for the patty that it co-developed with McDonald’s. The exclusive patty is made from plant-based ingredients like peas, rice, and potatoes. 

This year, the McPlant burger was also introduced in numerous international markets including: Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Austria. Most recently, it also launched in the U.K.

In 2019, WAN announced McDonald’s entry into the plant-based arena, testing its first plant-based burger, the P.L.T., which stands for Plant, Lettuce, and Tomato. Also in partnership with Beyond Meat, the P.L.T. launched in 28 restaurants in Southwestern Ontario, Canada.

We hope that McDonald’s plant-based offerings continue to pave the way for more compassionate meat-free options in fast food dining.

You can help all animals and our planet by choosing compassion on your plate and in your glass. #GoVeg

You can help all animals and our planet by choosing compassion on your plate and in your glass. #GoVeg

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