Although the patty is meatless, the burger still may not be suitable for vegans or vegetarians.
Following the trend of meatless products, Jollibee has launched its Spicy Zero Beef Burger at all Singapore outlets on Jul 6.
In its news release, Jollibee said that the burger features a meatless patty that looks and tastes like real meat.
The burger costs $6.50 a la carte and from $8 for a meal, which comes with fries and a drink.
Just like other regular burgers, the Spicy Zero Beef Burger consists of a patty, lettuce, tomato, pickles, spicy sriracha barbecue sauce and toasted seeded burger buns.
Do note that although the burger is meatless, it may not be suitable for strict vegans and vegetarians as it is being prepared in a shared kitchen with other meat products. Additionally, the patty may contain egg and other similar ingredients.
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