McDonald's has launched the PLT in Canada.
The fast-food chain is trialling the Plant Lettuce Tomato burger in selected restaurants in Southwestern Ontario.
The McDonald's PLT is a plant-based patty in collaboration with plant-based company, Beyond Meat.
It's been described on the McDonald's Canada Twitter page as being "juicy, delicious and perfectly dressed."
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The burger is made with Beyond Meat and served on a sesame seed bun with tomato, lettuce, pickles and onions.
However, it is not suitable for vegans as it's topped with mayo-style sauce, ketchup, mustard and a slice of processed cheddar cheese.
And it's also important to note that it's not suitable for vegetarians either, as it's cooked on the same grill as other burgers, meat-based products and eggs.
McDonald's PLT will be tested for a limited time only, although there's still no word on whether a plant-burger burger will come to the UK anytime soon.
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In other McDonald's news, the fast-food chain has completely switch up its menu in the UK.
McDonald's got rid of the Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese, Spicy Chicken McNuggets and the Mars and Twix McFlurry this week.
They replaced it with the Indian Chicken in a Garlic Naan, the French Stack with Garlic Mayo and Cheese and Herb shareboxes.
As well as a Galaxy Salted Caramel McFlurry.
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