The fast-food chain's meatless patty is now available in both Vegas and Baltimore
Pat Brown, the founder of Impossible Foods, says his mission may sound difficult - but he believes it can be done, and he is serious about achieving it
The meatless version of the burger chain's sandwich is now available in 100 stores across the San Francisco Bay Area
It is not known how many customers unwittingly ate the meat version of Burger King's Whopper
The burger, featuring Impossible Foods' plant-based patty, was initially trialed in stores around Missouri. According to bosses, the trial exceeded expectations
The sandwich, which features the high-tech Impossible Burger patty, debuted in Missouri last month. Due to its success, it will become available across the States by the end of 2019
"This is just the beginning. Burger King has thrown down the gauntlet and we expect to see similar moves from other industry players. Burgers are just the start and we’re likely to see plant-based chicken, fish and pork rolled out on menus and becoming increasingly popular"
The sandwich was initially trialed in 59 stores around Missouri, after its launch on April 1, now the burger giant wants to make it available nationally by the end of the year
'This is not just another disgusting tofu burger that only a dedicated hippie could convince himself to eat'
The fast-food giant will release the sandwich this week in 59 Burger King outlets in St. Louis, Missouri, with the potential to roll out nationwide