Vegans, you're in luck. McDonalds is ready to launch meatless McNuggets.
Instead of chicken breast, the vegan version will be made using mashed potatoes, which are mixed with a mixture of chickpeas, carrots, corn and onions.
Kiwis have a particularly strong interest in vegan products, and although the new meatless nuggets are currently being launched in Norway, they may arrive in New Zealand in the near future.
In 2016, McDonalds New Zealand tried a vegetarian burger and added a salad burger to the menu in 2017.
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Meanwhile, we have gathered all the best vegan treatment options available here.
VEGAN MAGNUM ICE CREAM
Last month, the world's best-selling adult hand-held ice cream, Magnum, launched two vegan options in New Zealand.
Magnum Dairy Free ice cream is made of pea protein instead of milk and cream, and the chocolate coating is made with vegan chocolate.
Maker Unilever says that ice creams are certified as vegans and that chocolate cocoa beans come from certified farms that respect the rainforests.
VEGAN DOMINO PIZZA
Last July Domino's pizzeria chain partnered with Auckland-based Angel Food to create vegan alternatives, responding to what they said was one of the biggest trends in food based on vegetables, meats, and product-free products animals.
They now offer non-GMO, vegan herbal cheese, which is also cholesterol-free, gluten-free, soy-free and nut-free.
The company's mozzarella is made from water, sunflower oil, modified pea and corn starch, salt, sugar, mineral salt (calcium phosphate), yeast extract, vegetable gum, acid (citric acid, lactic acid) and dye carotene).
Domino general manager Scott Bush said that demand for vegan products has increased dramatically over time as veganism's popularity has grown.
He said the company made the decision to add vegan cheese to the menu after a search on the company's Facebook page in March.
"We were impressed with the response to the survey and this product in general."
LORD OF THE FRIES
Lord of the Fries restaurant burgers in Auckland and Queenstown are vegan, halal and Kosher.
The difference with burgers is that they use vegetable-based protein patties that reflect the texture, flavor and appearance of the conventional meat burgers.
"The taste is very familiar to what you're eating, but suddenly you've saved some cows, some water and some greenhouse gases, and you've eaten something healthier," owner owner Bruce Craig told Stuff last year.
AIR NEW ZEALAND & IMPOSSIBLE BURGER & # 39;
Do you have a holiday coming up? You are lucky.
Air New Zealand was the first airline in the world to partner with Impossible Foods, which manufactures vegetable burgers that reproduce the sensory experience of meat, such as flavor, texture, juiciness and mouthfeel.
The Impossible Burger is made from herbal alternatives that consume considerably less resources.
The hamburger, which is prepared in the Air New Zealand kitchen in Los Angeles and mounted at altitude, comes with two vegetable-based burgers, smoked Gouda cheese, caramelized onion and a spot of tomatillo cream.
Because french fries do not hold up in the air, it is served with a side of beet gravy and pickles.
Wise Boys is the only one-stop food truck store in the world. to a face full of indulgent vegetable-based hamburger goodness.
"People are pretty shocked they can not afford a cheeseburger," owner Luke Burrows told Stuff in 2017.
"We wanted to see if people would buy hamburgers without meat, and they did, it was more successful than we thought."
Vegan pizza lovers, do not worry.
Il Buco in Ponsonby, Auckland, offers coverage for you – they offer six types of rotating vegan pizza.