Burger King Japan is offering a new version of plant-based burgers for its local customers - a Whopper without the buns. The new item has been dubbed as the “Version 2” of the brand's Plant-Based Whopper Burger.

Instead of classic toasted sesame bun, the new “Version 2” Plant-Based Whopper will use the actual vegan-friendly soy-based patties developed by Aussie food tech v2food. The sandwich has no sesame bun . . .

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