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Burger King goes green, the fast food giant launches a temporary plant-based restaurant in Stockholm

Good news for plant-based fast food lovers, Burger King in Sweden is temporarily converting its Medborgarplatsen restaurant in Stockholm into a plant-based restaurant for a month starting from March 8th, 2023. The move comes after the fast-food chain recently launched new plant-based products on its menu. The restaurant will only serve plant-based products, including burgers, nuggets, and chili cheesy bites, which are made to taste and look like animal-based meat.
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The new plant-based products were introduced nationwide and are designed to offer greater variety to guests who want to eat more plant-based food but may not necessarily be vegan or following a particular diet.
Animal agriculture is responsible for a significant portion of greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation, and water pollution. By choosing to eat plant-based foods, we can all help reduce our carbon footprint and contribute to a more sustainable future for the planet. With this in mind, Burger King's temporary plant-based restaurant in Stockholm is a step towards offering more sustainable food options for its customers.
What do you think? It would be great to see this initiative becoming a permanent plant-based restaurant!

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  • We Don't Have Time

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    Dear Sarah Chabane Thank you for getting your climate love to level 2! We have reached out to Burger King Sverige and requested a response. I will keep you updated on any progress! /Adam We Don't Have Time

    • George Kariuki

      66 w

      Hopefully this will be the first of many more plant-based restaurants from Burger King!

      • Munene Mugambi

        66 w

        Burger King had made a wise decision

        • Ajema Lydiah

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          • Tabitha Kimani

            66 w

            Vegetables and plants are the most healthy diets unlike meaty ones, nutritionists always advice.

            • Ingmar Rentzhog

              66 w

              I tried Burger King's vegan burger the other day. It was very similar to their meat version. I did not really like it because I think their meat version is not that good quality. Personally, I prefer a more "plant-based" taste such as Max and Mc Donalds. But that is just me. Good work, Burger King!

              • walter lungayi

                66 w

                This is great news

                • Daniel Waweru

                  66 w

                  This is impressive

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