Burger King unveils ‘plant-based burger’ concept

Burger King has unveiled a new burger concept, which will be available in select U.S. locations.

The concept features a plant-based patty, lettuce, tomato, and pickles on top of a buns topped with bacon.

The burger is available in five sizes, ranging from 10 to 22 inches, and will be priced at $7.99, or $7 with fries.

A video posted on Burger King’s Instagram account shows a burger being served with a bun of lettuce, tomatoes, and bacon.

Burger King also announced that the new burger will be sold in limited quantities in stores, as well as online, starting this Friday, April 15.

The company did not offer a price tag for the new concept.

Burger Kings founder and CEO Don Mattrick previously explained that Burger King is now working to improve the burger industry, and the burger is an attempt to do that.

The new concept is the result of the company’s “Big Green Revolution,” a plan to get Burger King out of the burgers business.

In 2015, Burger King closed nearly 2,500 restaurants worldwide, and its sales were down 15% to $1.4 billion.

In February, Mattrick announced that he will retire after 21 years at the company.