Could we see a VEGAN Whopper? Billionaire Hungry Jack & # 39; s boss invests $ 1 million to come up with a new meat-free hamburger that even BLEEDS likes
- The meat in a Whopper is replaced by peas and beans grown in Australia
- The burger is designed to smell, look, taste and bleed like a real meat pie
- The new addition comes when Jack Cowin, the boss of Hungry Jack, became a vegan
Hungry Jack & # 39; s introduce a vegan Whopper burger, where the fake meat even bleeds as the real thing.
The billionaire boss of the company, Jack Cowin, has invested $ 1 million in creating a vegetable burger, where the meat will be replaced with a pie of home-grown legumes such as peas or soybeans.
The modified Whopper will be designed to smell, taste and look like a freshly cooked pastry, says Cowin The Australian Financial Review.
The meat from the vegetable hamburgers is being replaced by a pie of home-grown legumes such as peas or soybeans (photo: Hungry Jack & Whopper)
Hungry Jack stores throughout Australia will sell vegan Whopper burgers, which imitate real meat
Mr. Cowin, who is sitting on a $ 2.8 billion fortune, has promised to produce the plant-based Whopper alongside CSIRO, Australia's national science agency, and plant-based v2food startup.
He announced his innovative new product in an attempt to conquer the fast-growing vegan market amid claims that no fewer than 2 million Australians are following a vegan or vegetarian diet.
Mr. Cowin said he enjoys the new business opportunity, despite believing he has come to the "fake meat" trend late. & # 39; If anyone can do this, we should be & # 39 ;, he said.
The vegetable Whopper would be served in the 440 stores of the fast food chain throughout Australia.
Hungry Jack & # 39; s already has a vegan burger on the menu, where the patty is made from corn, capsicum and carrot.
The latest innovation from the fast food chain comes after Mr. Cowin (photo) – a former cattle baron – has announced that he has become a vegan
The fake meat Whopper is expected to be added to Hun & Jack's menus in mid-2019.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Hungry Jack & # 39; s for comment.
Hungry Jack & # 39; s already has a vegan burger on the menu, where the patty is made from corn, capsicum and carrot
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