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McDonald's New Zealand Launches McVeggie Burger—But....

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McDonald's New Zealand Launches McVeggie Burger—But....

McDonald's New Zealand Launches McVeggie Burger—But....

According to Business Insider, this week McDonald's New Zealand launched a new meat-free "McVeggie" burger.

The Independent says that the McVeggie is a "A delicious crispy patty made from potato, peas, corn, carrot, and onion." But there's one catch.

It is not completely meat-free.

David Howse, the general manager for McDonald's New Zealand, told The Guardian that the vegetable patty is cooked in the same oil as animal meat.

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