The burger chain Beyond Meat has revealed its latest burger, a veggie burger that can be served as an appetiser or on its own.
The new burger, dubbed La Burger, is made from an all-beef patty with a burger bun topped with a cheese patty and lettuce, tomato and mayo.
It also has a tomato-based sauce.
The burger comes in at 7.3kg, making it the biggest of the four burgers on offer.
Beyond Meat’s Burger Chef Andrew Lea says the veggie Burger has a beef patty, lettuce, and tomato sauce, while the burger bun is a blend of all-purpose flour and soy sauce.
“It’s very, very simple,” Lea told ABC News.
“A great way to enjoy a burger.”
The Beyond Meat burger is made with all-seasons, so you can eat the patty without worrying about the weather.
“When you open the bun, the bun will be a perfect texture, so it’s not too dense,” Leap says.
“That’s what we try to achieve, is just to keep things simple and maintain the quality of the burger.”
Beyond Meat says the burger will be available for $9.99, but customers will have to wait until the end of the month to pick up their order.
“You’ll have to pay for your burger before you order,” Leaper said.
Beyond is also introducing a new menu item for the burger. “
But if you have the money, you’ll also get a bonus.”
Beyond is also introducing a new menu item for the burger.
The first item on the menu is a cheese-based burger called the Cheese Burger.
“The cheese is the most important part of a burger, so when you cook the cheese, it’s a great way of enhancing the flavour and the texture,” Leape says.
The cheese burger is topped with shredded lettuce and tomato.
You can choose to order the burger with a lettuce and onion or tomato and cheese burger, which will cost $11.99.
You will also have to buy an additional $4.99 for the cheese-free burger.
If you want to try the cheese burger yourself, Leap is offering a discount on orders of 10kg and less.
“We have to have people ordering on a daily basis, so we’ll have people order the cheese burgers and they’ll be there for two weeks and we’ll make a few different cheese burgers,” he said.
Beyond is already selling the cheese and tomato-topped burger in its US stores.
“I’ve never seen cheese-barbecued burgers before,” Leaa said.
The Beyond burger is available in the US for $11, and it will be made available in other markets in the future.
“People will be able to pick one up in the coming weeks or months,” Leaple said.
While the burger has not been officially released in Australia yet, it has already appeared in other US markets.
“There’s a couple of restaurants that have it,” Lease said.
It is unclear whether this burger will actually be available in Australia.
The US burger is being promoted as a “new burger” that has been made by Beyond, and is expected to be available on the shelves of select restaurants and on its website by March.
Beyond will be making more changes to the burgers, such as adding meat and cheese, as it looks to get more people to eat its meat and fish products.
“This is going to be the ultimate burger for the future,” Leas said.
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Beyond plans to expand into new markets, including China, Japan, and Mexico, in the next few years.