Restaurant Brands International Inc.'s Burger King will roll out a vegan version of its Whopper burger to all the company's U.S. restaurants Aug. 8, according to an Aug. 1 release.
The Impossible Whopper will be available in more than 7,000 Burger King locations nationwide. It will also be available through the BK App and food delivery service provider DoorDash Inc., the hamburger chain said. Burger King began testing the vegan burger in April at restaurants in and around St. Louis.
Burger King created the burger in partnership with alternative meat processor Impossible Foods Inc. The plant-based patty is topped with tomatoes, onions, lettuce, mayonnaise, ketchup and pickles on a toasted sesame bun.
The burger will sell for $5.59 and will be available only while supplies last. Burger King is also offering customers free delivery on orders that contain both an Impossible Whooper and a classic Whopper. The cost is $7 total when ordered together through DoorDash or the BK App, the company said.
The nationwide Impossible Whopper rollout follows Dunkin' Brands Group Inc.