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By Corey Williams
March 19, 2019
McDonald's Norway

It’s been a difficult year so far for chicken nuggets: Recall after recall has certainly not been good for the nug business. Perhaps that’s why McDonald’s is branching out from its traditional McNugget formula with these veggie-filled vegan McNuggets—but you’ll have to go to Europe to try them.

The nuggets, which are now available at its Norway locations, are “made of a mix of chickpeas, carrots, potatoes, cauliflower, corn, and onion, and are coated in a crunchy breading,” according to VegNews.

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But that’s not all! McDonald’s Norway is also testing a Vegetarian McFeast burger, featuring a breaded bean-based patty topped with cheese, “McFeast” sauce, ketchup, mustard, lettuce, tomato, onion, and pickle.

Needless to say, vegan fast food lovers are pretty excited about the recent developments in Norway:

But other are kinda annoyed that there are no plans to bring the plant-based menu items to McDonald’s restaurants in the states:

This isn’t the first time European McDonald’s locations have toyed with adding vegan options to their menus: In January, McDonald’s Sweden debuted its vegan McFalafel (chickpea-based falafel nuggets with a vegan pepper dip) and McDonald’s UK launched a vegan wrap filled with meatless chicken.

 

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