TORONTO (AP) — Burger King could soon be selling plant-based burgers nationwide. Restaurant Brands International, Burger King's parent, said Monday that a month-long test of the Impossible Whopper at 59 restaurants in St. Louis has gone so well that it will start testing it in additional markets. The company said it may expand sales nationally by the end of this year. The sandwich is made with a plant-based burger from Impossible Foods, a Redwood City,… Read at AP News
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