US Burger Chain Offering Free Impossible Burgers Today Only

The offer is in celebration of 'National Burger Day'
The impossible burger will be available for free for three hours this afternoon (Photo: Facebook)

New York based chain, Bareburger, will be offering free plant-based Impossible Burgers at US locations today.

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The 'National Burger Day' special applies only to dine-in customers, between the hours of 3:00 and 6:00 pm.

According to the Facebook ad, the special will be available at a number of the company's 40 locations while supplies last.

‍The chain offers both the Impossible Burger and the Beyond Burger (Photo: Facebook)


While Bareburger does also sell animal products, the chain offers at least four meat-free options, including a veggie burger and falafel, as well as burgers from both Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat.

Launched in 2009, the online mission statement says the chains aim is to offer 'natural' and 'sustainable' burgers to its clientele.

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