Burger King Opens 2 Meat-Free Locations in Switzerland

On the heels of its all-vegan location in London, Burger King has now opened two meat-free eateries in Switzerland for a limited time. 


by Nicole Axworthy, VegNews

June 16, 2022


Two locations of fast-food chain Burger King in Switzerland are going meat-free for a limited time. The pop-up concept stores in Basel and Geneva were created in partnership with plant-based brand The Vegetarian Butcher and will offer only meat-free menu items until June 23. The eateries will offer 14 options, such as the Veggie Whopper, Veggie Nuggets, Cajun Veggie King burger, Long Veggie burger, and ice cream from Ben & Jerry’s.


The Vegetarian Butcher revealed that the meat-free Swiss stores were created because of the rising demand for meat-free options. “Due to popular demand, the fully vegetarian Burger King restaurants have now landed in Switzerland! And this time, we even opened two of them,” The Vegetarian Butcher said on LinkedIn. “Reaching as many meat lovers as possible, that’s what it’s all about for The Vegetarian Butcher. Until the 23rd of June, for 10 days only, Swiss meat lovers will be spoiled for choice. With 14 products on the menu starring our plant-based meat and the nationwide launch of the delicious Cajun Veggie and Long Cajun Veggie, there are even more reasons to #SacrificeNothing.”


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