Burger Kings’ Fake Burger Fail

Burger Kings’ Fake Burger Fail

Customers at a Burger King in Brooklyn have been sold a whopper. The store advertised the new Impossible Whopper, a plant-based meat substitute sandwich, but customers who ordered the product were delivered a burger made with real beef.

That’s because Burger King only offers the Impossible Burgers in select locations, and Brooklyn is not one of those locations.

On its Seamless menu, the Burger King location in Brooklyn advertised the Impossible Whopper, but the orders were filled with beef Whoppers. Burger King asked the Seamless drivers to inform the customers of the switch, but most customers never learned of the substitution and their receipts read “Impossible Whopper.”

The Impossible Whopper is currently available in four cities: St. Louis; Miami, Florida; Columbus, Georgia; and Montgomery, Alabama.

In a statement, Burger King said: “The Impossible Whopper is not yet available in New York, but we look forward to making it available for our guests soon. We have recently become aware that due to a technology error, one of our franchisees incorrectly listed the Impossible Whopper as a menu item available at some New York-area restaurants through two third-party delivery platforms. The issue has been corrected and the item is no longer listed as an option until we officially bring the Impossible Whopper to New York. We apologize for any confusion this has caused.”

Greg Henderson
Mon, 06/10/2019 – 10:59


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Burger King’s Impossible Whopper

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