By Chris Albrecht, The Spoon
Burger King’s Impossible Whopper will arrive at more than 100 of its locations across the San Francisco Bay Area today, according to various reports. This is the first West Coast arrival of BK’s hip, meatless burger, and part of the fast food chain’s national expansion of the Impossible Whopper after initial testing in St. Louis and roll out to Miami, Columbus, GA, and Montgomery, AL.
The Impossible patties won’t have far to travel: Impossible is headquartered in the Bay Area’s Redwood City, and has a production facility in Oakland, CA. That production facility has been literally working overtime as of late as Impossible has struggled to keep up with the skyrocketing demand for plant-based burger.
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