Shake Shack Launches Its First-Ever Vegan Burger In The U.K

The limited-edition Vegan ShackBurger features a vegetable patty topped with vegan cheese lettuce, tomato, and vegan ShackSauce
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The burger is available in a limited number of stores from today (Photo: Shake Shack)

The burger is available in a limited number of stores from today (Photo: Shake Shack)

Shake Shack has launches its first-ever burger - which is available from today, according to Hot Dinners.

The Vegan ShackBurger is a limited-edition offering which is only available in certain outlets for now.

These include the Canary Wharf, Mansion House, Brent Cross and Stratford branches.

Shake Shack says its plain fries are suitable for vegans (Photo: Adobe. Do not use without permission)

Shake Shack says its plain fries are suitable for vegans (Photo: Adobe. Do not use without permission)

Vegan ShackBurger

According to Shake Shack, its animal-free offering features 'a vegan patty made with real vegetables, grains and herbs including kale, quinoa, sweet potatoes and more, topped with vegan cheese, lettuce, tomato and vegan ShackSauce'.

Described as a twist on the classic ShackBurger, it is served on a toasted bun, and its allergens include gluten, soy, mustard, and celery.

While Shake Shack doesn't offer many vegan options, its plain fries are suitable for plant-based diners as a side.

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