Urge McDonald's to Launch a Meaty McVegan Burger!


McDonald's has already added a delicious, meaty vegan burger to its menus across Sweden and Finland – and we want the McVegan in the UK, too!

As more people than ever are following a vegan lifestyle to save animals, protect the planet, and boost their health, plant-based options in supermarkets and at chain restaurants have skyrocketed over the past year, making the UK the vegan capital of the world.

In the UK, the fast-food chain's fries, Spicy Veggie One wrap, and apple pies are already suitable for vegans, but McDonald's means burgers, so adding the McVegan would deliver the full package.

As McDonald's is the largest restaurant chain in the world, with over 1,270 branches in the UK alone, launching the McVegan here would introduce fast, affordable vegan food to a huge new audience and make eating vegan even easier. That's what we call a win for animals.

Take Action Now

Join us in asking the fast-food chain to bring out the McVegan burger in the UK:




To: Paul Pomroy, Chief Executive Officer, UK and Ireland, McDonald's

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Dear Mr Pomroy,

We urge you to meet the booming demand for plant-based foods by adding a meaty vegan burger to the menu at McDonald's. Successful businesses adapt to the times, and as more people than ever are opting for vegan meals, they're now the UK's fastest-growing takeaway option. The nation's largest bakery chain – Greggs – saw a 58% increase in profits after adding a vegan sausage roll to its menu.

The McVegan would help make the McDonald's menu more inclusive and appealing to the growing number of vegans, vegetarians, and flexitarians who are choosing plant-based foods to help protect the environment, their health, and animals. Everyone wins!

Yours sincerely,

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