Australia's Hungry Jack's Debuts Vegan Burger

The burger includes vegan cheese and mayo
Hungry Jack's Vegan Option
The Vegan Burger is an adaptation of the chain's popular Veggie Whopper (Photo: Facebook)

Fast-food giant Hungry Jack’s has just debuted a fully plant-based burger at select Australia locations.

Burger

The new menu item - called the Vegan Burger - is an adaption of the chains vegetarian burger, modified to include plant-based mayo and cheese.

A Facebook post made by Hungry Jack's described the new offering as 'a 100% vegan patty made with carrots, peas, corn, potato and capsicum, plus veganaise and non-dairy vegan cheese'.

Vegan Burger Indregients
Ingredients in the new burger include peas and carrots

Limited availability

For the time being, the burger will be available select locations in Sydney and Melbourne.

No modifications are necessary at the time of order.

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