Vegan nuggets may appear on the McDonald’s menu in early 2019 after a happy vegetarian meal is introduced.
Vegans were able to stock up on fast food on the way home after a night in the same place as their meat companions.
They are very different from chickens, obviously chickpeas, carrots, onions, and sweet corn.
But before you rush, they are currently only being tested in Norway.
There was already a huge demand for vegan fast food in the UK in 2019 – ask anyone who has tried to find Gregg’s vegan sausage rolls after lunch.
However, some vegans are unsure whether McDonald’s is trying to include vegan products on its menu.
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“It’s great that veganism is becoming more common and more accessible to people,” Sarah Radio, a 26-year-old vegan blogger from Bristol, told Radio 1 Newsbeat.
There are other factors, not just ingredients in food.
Sarah says many vegans are concerned that companies like McDonald’s pay workers fair wages and reduce the environmental impact of their food production.
We asked for a response from McDonald’s.
She says she is unlikely to try McDonald’s vegan food but adds that it can be tried after a few drinks in one night.
“I never say never,” he adds.
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But for Dane Cobain, 29, who lives in High Wycombe, it would increase his chances of having more fast food options in street chains when he is with his colleagues.
At one time, there were no ideal options other than McDonald’s all over the country.
Dane has already eaten menu items that are not strictly vegan due to their preparation but do not contain animal products if he requests items such as mayonnaise be excluded.
It’s a great thing that you can be vegan and enjoy some healthy meals without bringing any sort of modifications in your eating habits.
There are no plans to take them to the UK.
The product has been described as a “test”, but McDonald’s in Norway told Newsbeat that there are currently no plans to transfer vegan seeds to other parts of the world and that they are part of a new menu. launched in the country.
Also, Norwegian McDonald’s agencies are currently preparing these “vegan” nuggets in the same oil as their chili tapas. Of course, that should change if you want to do a vegan ranking.
“Oh, hello pillars, we were waiting for you.”
But vegan street food remains controversial for some.
When Greggs introduced a vegan option to his menu, many people were outraged at the idea of eating a meatless snack.
However, demand for his vegan sausage rolls has been attributed to Gregg’s 9.6% increase in sales in the first seven weeks of 2019.