Why you might not need to worry about a fast-food burger being too much for you
Burger King says it’s not all bad news for the UK burger-eating public, with the chain now offering burgers that are no longer loaded with fat and sugar.
The burgers are not loaded with beef fat, or processed animal products like chicken or pork.
Instead, the company is replacing those ingredients with ingredients that are less harmful to the environment.
The new burgers are made from a mix of soy protein, corn oil, and natural ingredients, and will also feature a range of vegan and gluten-free options.
The company says the new burgers will also contain no artificial colourings, flavours, preservatives, or colourings or colours in the meat, or other ingredients.
The burger chain says that the change in ingredients will help it to achieve its sustainability goals.
Burger King’s new burger recipes are not as fat-laden as previous versions, the chain said, and the new products will also include the following ingredients: Soy Protein: A combination of corn and soybean oil is used to provide the essential protein.