Could we see a VEGAN Whopper? Billionaire Hungry Jack & # 39; s boss invests $ 1million in civilian

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
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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)

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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

Hungry Jack stores throughout Australia will sell vegan Whopper burgers, which imitate real meat

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.

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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 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 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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Hungry Jack & # 39; s already has a vegan burger on the menu, where the patty is made from corn, capsicum and carrot

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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