As plant-based diets throughout the world come to be ever more popular, restaurants (including fast food chains) have adapted to satisfy the ever transforming needs of your customers. McDonald’s is no exception to this. In the past couple of years, McDonald’s has introduced a variety of vegan-friendly food selection items particularly in the UK and Scandinavia countries. They have the vegetable Deluxe Sandwich and also Spicy Veggie plunder in the UK, the McAloo Tikki in India, Vegan vegetables Nuggets in Norway, Falafel Nuggets in Sweden, the McVegan and the El Veggo in Finland, and the large Vegan in Germany. However what around McDonald’s vegan options in the USA?

The one nation that McDonald’s seems to have actually been forgotten around is the joined States. Over there are at this time no vegan sandwiches, wraps, or breakfast items available on us menus. To add insult to injury, us McDonald’s areas still include “Natural Beef odor ” in their French Fries even though the rest of world’s McDonald’s fries are vegan.

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That being said, there room a few vegan-friendly options on McDonald’s menus in the US.


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Based ~ above the other menu items ~ above this perform (or lack thereof) dipping sauces my not make a difference, however McDonald’s has actually two vegetable dipping sauce options. Both McDonald’s Sweet ‘N tart Sauce and the Tangy Barbecue Sauce are vegan! If McDonald’s choose to eliminate the “Natural Beef Flavor” in their french fries and also makes castle vegan-friendly, then these will be an excellent dipping options.


Compared to McDonald’s areas abroad, the McDonald’s vegan choices in the USA are severely lacking. If it wasn’t because that the baked Apple Pie, over there vegans wouldn’t have a high quality reason to visit US-based McDonald’s locations.

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