How about meatless in Montgomery? If you can't make it to one of the four cities that now sell Impossible Whoppers, you shouldn't have to wait too long until Burger King launches the patties nationwide. Making the list were select restaurants in Miami; Columbus, Georgia; and Montgomery, Alabama.
In an interview with CNN in April, Chris Finazzo, president of Burger King North America, said the Impossible Whopper is created to "give somebody who wants to eat a burger every day, but doesn't necessarily want to eat beef everyday, permission to come into the restaurants more frequently".
Impossible Burger has raised a total of $750 million since it launched in 2011 with a mission to eliminate the need for animals in the food chain over the next 16 years with a meat substitute that tastes like the real thing.
Prices will vary by location but are generally about $1 more than a regular Whopper.
The Impossible Whopper features a flame-grilled patty made from plants topped with sliced tomatoes, onions, lettuce, mayonnaise, ketchup and pickles on a toasted sesame seed bun. The startup behind it, Impossible Foods, has helped restaurants like White Castle, Red Robin and Hard Rock Cafe add imitation meat products to their menus.