The world’s biggest hamburger chain says it began testing the new recipe in about 140 stores in Oregon and Washington in March.
“We have to focus on the bigger picture. Vegan restaurants need to stay in business as a way to put a dent in the dominance of the factory farm system. We want to show people that it is possible and easy to reduce one’s meat intake, or even eliminate it entirely,” she said.
The company says it’s testing a “Grand Mac” and “Mac Jr.” in the central Ohio and the Dallas areas, and will see how they do before deciding on a national rollout.
“If you like the good stuff, it’s going to be harder to find this year,” said Dave Bitts, a Eureka, California, fisherman and adviser to the Pacific Fishery Management Council.
“It kind of seems natural that now that we’ve conquered the people food truck market that we bring that to our faithful furry friends,” Janelle Harding said.
While Aurora’s dining scene has thrived in recent years, in large part due to a slew of ethnic restaurants that tops any locale in the metro area, fine dining has long-been tough to find in Aurora
“I think consumers are looking for this, and with all the delays, they’re confused as to why it’s not out there,” said Lanette Kovachi, who leads Subway’s global nutrition efforts.
“We are really focusing on these new and off-the-beaten-path cuisines,” said Manal Kahi, who founded the company with her brother, Wissam Kahi. “Refugees are coming from countries that have cuisines we don’t really know. … It’s not cuisines that you find at every corner.”