McDonald's ventures into uncharted territory with new burger

Share

The McVegan is now only available in Tampere, Finland, and will be tested from October 4 through November 21, but if it's a success, the company will consider bringing it to McDonald's locations around the world.

If Finnish customers are just lovin' the McVegan, we could see the new vegan burgers hitting the USA sometime soon.

McDonald's has rolled out its "McVegan" burger, but has only made it available at one location in Finland.

Kim Kardashian reveals serious body insecurities after viral cellulite bikini photo
Like, I literally don't look like this!" Kim appeared to be going through changes while on the ride back home. How desperate I was going to every restaurant.... "I can't have fun after seeing those pics", said Kim .

There are already calls on social media for the burger to be brought to Australian outlets.

McDonald's Suomi, the Finnish Instragam account for the fast food giant, gained over 500 "likes" for an image of the McVegan.

"After boycotting McDonald's for 20+ years I had to try the new #mcvegan", one person wrote on Instagram, calling the burger "really good".

Sudan president thanks King for efforts to lift U.S. curbs
The conflict in Darfur began in 2003 when mainly non-Arab tribes took up arms against Sudan's Arab-led government. He did not provide any details on the identity of the abducted person or the circumstances of his abduction.

While the news has caused many vegans to get excited, a different change to the chain's menu has left others fuming.

McDonald's has introduced the "McVegan" burger Wednesday, but customers won't be able to find it just anywhere.

Back in 1998 McDonald's treated their fans to a limited edition Szechuan sauce to celebrate the release of the Disney movie Mulan.

Sampaoli calls for Argentina to match 'incredible' Messi
Do you think Argentina can still qualify for the 2018 World Cup? No matter where you are on the planet, you can see what channel the Ecuador vs Argentina match is available on here.

Share