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People in Canada are really not liking Wendy's new plant based burger

People in Canada are really not here for Wendy's new plant based burger, and they're not being shy about it.

The Plantiful — a plant-based burger made in-house and topped with cheese, crisp lettuce, fresh tomato, pickle, onion, ketchup, and mayo — launched across Canada on Thursday.

Unfortunately, Canadians are loving the burger about as much as a dentist loves cavities.

Which is to say, they aren't.

This vegan customer gave it a 0/10.

While this man's review includes the descriptor "absolute garbage."

And this vegetarian customer described the plant based burger as "kinda gross and salty."

This customer urged people to go to Burger King for a plant based burger instead.

While this customer felt that A&W's Beyond burger was really the only good plant based burger in Canada.

Some vegans are pointing out that the term "plant based" is a little misleading.

Especially since the burger has cheese on it.

With Tim Hortons officially scrapping Beyond Meat products, Wendy's is probably hoping to fill a gap in the Canadian marketplace.

Unfortunately, it looks like Wendy's Plantiful burger isn't going to do the trick.

Lead photo by

Le Poutine De Thallinor


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