Burger King has made the exciting announcement that they will be opening their first location that is 100% vegetarian. The vegetarian location is a first for the fast-food chain and will be open for a month in Paseo del Prado, Madrid.

The menu will include many old favorites, just slightly reimagined with plant-based meat in the place of meat products. Many items can even be made entirely vegan with a few substitutions.

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Borja Hernández de Alba, the general director of Restaurant Brands Iberia Spain and Portugal, said, “We want to reach both people who base their diet on vegetable products and those who do eat meat but want to reduce their consumption.”

This is an exciting announcement for any vegetarians and vegans in the area. Because this is the first of its kind ever created by Burger King.

Even though it is only temporarily open, it still bodes well for the future. As its success might result in more vegetarian locations being opened up.

With the demand for plant-based foods higher than ever, fast food chains are having to hop on board. In order to stay relevant and popular. Making it easier and easier to find delicious plant-based food.

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