White Castle announced Wednesday it has become the first fast-food chain to offer impossible burgers nationwide.
Impossible Foods is a silicon valley based company that develops plant-based meat products.
The company also makes dairy alternatives. However, their plant-based meat product is all the rage thanks to a new, first-of-its-kind partnership with the hamburger chain.
The impossible slider, as it’s called, made its debut on Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at all White Castle locations in the USA.
Impossible sliders are a great win for vegetarians across the country.
Now vegans everywhere will be able to enjoy a real meal at a real fast-food restaurant whenever they want.
White Castle president Lisa Ingram says Impossible Sliders are perfect for vegetarians.
Loyal customers who’ve gone vegan can now order a healthy and delicious version of these delicious mini burgers we all love.
Vegetarian customers would order cheese sliders before plan-based meat burgers hit the menu, the heir added. That will no longer be the case, thanks to our good friends in the Valley.
White Castle started offering plant-based meat burgers at 140 locations in New York, New Jersey, and Chicago back in April.
After a successful pilot program that lasted several months, the Columbus based fast-food chain finally added the healthy alternative to its menu at all locations.
This new kind of burger, made for a new kind of customer, tastes and bleeds like a real meat patty. So if you’re thinking about going vegan, this could be a good place to start.
The non-meat, plant-based burger sold at White Castle has already become a cult favorite, according to CNBC.
In fact, the response has been so positive they’re even considering an Impossible Breakfast Slider.
Impossible Sliders topped with delicious smoked cheddar cheese, pickles, and onions are definitely worth the try. They cost $1.99 each, but they’re a lot bigger than regular sliders.