Jack in the Box has finally gotten on board with the plant-based movement after its competitors started offering plant-based options. The fast-food restaurant decided to add the Impossible Burger to their menu to cater to the meatless crowd.

They are, however, going about it a bit differently than their competitors, as they are testing out the burger in Phoenix area locations first. They are also not offering the Impossible burger as its own menu item. Instead, customers can ask to have a normal burger pattie replaced with the Impossible Burger.

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Their press release said, “Jack in the Box’s test with Impossible Foods will aim to meet the expectations of flexitarians and those looking to eat less meat. While maintaining the craveability and menu versatility for which Jack in the Box is known.”

Jack in the Box definitely gets points for originality. Since the patty is just swapped out in burgers, vegans, vegetarians, and flexitarians will not be limited to just one or two burger options.

If this testing phase goes well, you can hopefully expect to see the Impossible Burger patty available at this fast-food chain in your own area!

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