McDonald's France Introduces Veggie Burger

McDonald's France is addressing the growing demand for meat-free dishes
The veggie burger will be available on October 10 (Photo: McDonald's)

Fast food giant McDonald's will be launching its first vegetarian burger in France this week.

The burger, which is named 'Le Grand Veggie', features a carrot and salsify patty, topped with red and white cabbage, a red pesto sauce on a bun with pumpkin, sesame, and poppy seeds - as well as dairy cheese.


It is currently unknown whether the burger can be made vegan.

The veggie burger will make its debut at French locations on October 10.

This follows the launch of a McVegan burger in Finland, and a vegan-friendly McVeggie in Noway.


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