Vegan burgers are now available at Wetherspoons for the first time.
The pub chain is selling fake-meat burgers after teaming up with company, The Meatless Farm.
Spoons' new burger will be available in all 880 of the chain's pubs.
Although the official launch date has not been confirmed, it's thought to be soon.
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It's a burger first for the pub, and the new addition will join the 10 vegan meals already available in most Wetherspoons.
Including filled jacket potatoes, salads, a chilli and a curry, as well as a vegetarian burger.
The vegan burger, made by meat-free and Leeds-based company, The Meatless Farm, is a blend of pea, soy and rice protein, carrot fibre and chicory root.
The Meatless Farm suggest adding avocado, salsa and rocket to make it Gourmet.
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In a Twitter post, they wrote: "Now in a town or city near you! Your favourite #plantbased burger is on the menu in ALL 877 JD Wetherspoon pubs around the UK after a successful trial!
"Enjoy a simple Vegan Burger or make it Gourmet with avocado, salsa and rocket ."
The vegan patty will join other burgers on the menu and will be served with chips and onion rings.
Wetherspoon’s head of catering, Jameson Robinson, said: "We are keen to offer vegetarian and vegan pub-goers an excellent choice of meals to enjoy at Wetherspoon.
"The plant-based burger is a great addition to the menu and we are confident that it will prove popular with vegetarians and vegans as well as those who eat meat."
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