McDonald’s has rolled out its “McVegan” burger, but has only made it available at one location in Finland. (Reuters)
McDonald’s has introduced the “McVegan” burger Wednesday, but customers won't be able to find it just anywhere.
The fast-food giant announced its newest menu item would only be made available at one restaurant location in Tampere, Finland, for a limited time only, Elite Daily reported. The burger was rolled out on Oct. 4 and will be available through Nov. 21.
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The burger consists of mustard, pickles, onion, lettuce, tomato and a soy-based patty on a sesame seed bun. Food & Wine reported the McDonald's Finland also serves vegan fries, but that's just because their fry recipe is vegan by default. (McDonald's fries in the U.S. are made with a hydrolized milk, and therefore not technically vegan.)
A McDonald’s representative told Today the company did not plan to offer the burger anywhere besides Finland at the moment.
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Food & Wine reported veganism and vegetarianism have increased in the U.S. from 1 percent of the population in 2014 to 6 percent in 2017.