Vegans who have forever stayed away from McDonald’s now have the perfect reason to come back and visit. Besides, the popular fast food chain has officially launched its first ever burger especially made for vegans.
Aptly named the McVegan, the burger was first introduced in 2017 at Maccies in Tampere, Finland. Since the first trial, the company has since decided to roll out the product to branches in Finland and Sweden.
What’s in a McVegan?
In a UNILAD post, we learn that the McVegan burger “is made up of a soy-based patty in the usual bun complete with all the standard McDonald’s fillings – tomato, salad and pickles.”
It also comes with a special vegan McFeast sauce “to add that extra touch.”
Christoffer Rönnblad, Marketing Director of McDonald’s Finland, said he’s really happy with the product’s “mostly positive” response during the trial period.
“We are following the reaction with interest and we are happy to receive feedback. That’s the purpose of the trial.
“The vegan hamburger required extensive in-house product development. The [vegan] hamburger steak is soy-based.
“We were really passionate about finding a steak that tastes really good.”
And the burger is indeed a big hit among, well, vegans!
One Instagram user, for example, posted a photo and left her feedback.
“McVegan is here! And it was so good, just a really nice burger!”
Fans couldn’t help but rave about the new product.
Instagrammer vetnursescapist likewise posted:
“McVegan with gluten free bun. The patty is made from soy and there is also some salad, tomato, pickles, ketchup and apparently a vegan mayo.
“Honestly, it’s been years since I last ate a burger at McDonald’s so I’ve forgotten how the normal ones taste like but considering the price, the quality of this vegan version is actually decent!
“So I’m hopeful that this will stay on the menu for those who visit more often that I do and want an animal – and environment – friendly choice.”
For now, McVegan is exclusively available in Finland and Sweden restaurants of McDonald’s.
We’re guessing it won’t take too long though before it reaches other countries – especially considering the growing number of vegans everywhere.
Cheetah in Missouri Gives Birth to Record Number of Cubs
Definitely great news, since cheetahs are in danger of extinction.
Cheetahs usually give birth to three to four cubs per litter, so when Bingwa, a cheetah living in St. Louis Zoo in Missouri, gave birth to eight cubs, it became a cause for celebration. The 4-year old Bingwa, which means "champion" in Swahili, reared her own cubs at the zoo.
This is the first time a cheetah gave birth to this many cubs, according to the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, which have documented more than 430 litters.
Bingwa is already the perfect mom to her cubs, three boys and five girls, the zoo said.
31 Awe-Inspiring Tattoo Designs For Winter
Winter is coming or not, you gotta check them out!
Although tattoos have been around for as long as humanity can remember, there's no denying that there is still some sort of stigma about it. Despite that, the truth is, it's simply a form of art. And if you're getting one (or more), you should carefully think about the design that matches your personality.
To show you that tattoo is truly all about art, we here at Elite Readers compiled a list of designs inspired by winter. They somehow remind us of the beauty of nature, in some ways. And they are something you want to last forever!
Check out the list of winter tattoo designs below and you might just get an idea the moment you decide to get yourself a winter-themed skin art....
Hammerhead Shark Struggles Then Dies On The Street After Residents Played With It
This is truly heartbreaking and appalling.
Hammerhead sharks are fascinating creatures because of the unique shape of their heads. It is also listed as a protected species, so when you see one being abused by people, it's easy to feel furious and appalled.
Netizens were enraged after a video of a hammerhead shark brought to land and obviously struggling without water made the rounds on social media. The sickening incident happened in Currimao, Ilocos Norte in the Philippines, a Provincial Fisheries Regulatory Officer has confirmed.