TGI Fridays launches new Fridays Vegan Burger featuring high tech patty from Future Farm

Author: Maria Chiorando

Read Time:   |  16th June 2023

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TGI Fridays' new Fridays Vegan Burger also boasts a range of toppings, including grilled flat cap mushroom and Applewood cheese, lettuce, mayo, tomato and pickled red onions


TGI Fridays has added a new vegan burger to its menu.

The Fridays Vegan Burger features a high-tech plant-based patty from Future Farm, as well as grilled flat cap mushroom, Applewood cheese, lettuce, mayo, tomato and pickled red onions, with garlic aioli dip on the side.

Called the Future Burger, the patty on the burger is high in protein, and 100 per cent carbon neutral, which the brand says contributes ‘to a more sustainable food ecosystem’.

It is made from a mixture of soy, pea and chickpea proteins, and according to the brand, it uses ‘innovative True Texture Technology to replicate meat textures’.

It is part of the meat-free company’s line-up, which also includes plant-based chicken pieces, meatballs, mince, sausages and tuna.

Additionally, Future Farm says the patty’s absence of GMOs and artificial flavourings ‘make it a great alternative to conventional meat burgers and other meat-free alternatives on the market’.

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In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, John Gibby, Head of Sales UK, at Future Farm, said: “We are thrilled to have the Future Burger on the menu.

“Partnering with a big name, nationally-loved, restaurant chain allows us to bring our innovative vegan burger to even more people, and we’re excited to contribute to their mouth-watering menu.

“Together, we’re making it easier for individuals to make conscious, planet-friendly choices without compromising on taste. It’s a win-win for both flavour enthusiasts and the environment.”

The Fridays Vegan Burger is available at all TGI Fridays UK locations nationwide now.

In the mood for eating out, but don’t fancy a burger? Find out what’s on offer on Wagamama’s vegan menu

Written by

Maria Chiorando

Maria is an editor and journalist. Her work has been published by the Huffington Post, the Guardian, TechnoBuffalo, Plant Based News, and Kent on Sunday among other national and regional titles.

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