VANCOUVER — B.C.-based restaurant chains White Spot and Triple O’s are introducing the Impossible Burger to their menus starting September 19. The move makes the brands the first family-casual and quick-service restaurant chains in Canada to feature the plant-based burger from Impossible Foods.
The brands’ new Impossible Burger creations include White Spot’s Avocado Impossible Burger, featuring avocado, pickled onions, lettuce, tomatoes and jalapeño-ranch sauce, served with a choice of salad and ‘endless’ Kennebec fries. Triple O’s will offer The Original Impossible Burger, made with lettuce, tomatoes, secret Triple ‘O’ Sauce and the signature pickle on top. Guests can also substitute the Impossible patty into any burger on the menu at White Spot and Triple O’s locations.
“For more than 90 years, we’ve kept our menus fresh by innovating, adapting and providing our guests with the best-tasting dining experience,” says Warren Erhart, president, White Spot. “Being able to offer more plant-based protein like the Impossible-Burger patty further underscores the importance we place in offering a variety of options for meat lovers, meat reducers and flexitarians alike at White Spot and Triple O’s.”
To celebrate the launch, on September 19th and 20th, White Spot and Triple O’s will donate $2 from every Impossible Burger sold to Variety – the Children’s Charity, a charitable partner since 1966. The brands will also be giving away a total of 1,000 free Impossible Burgers through a giveaway at whitespot.ca/contest and tripleos.com/contest.