PETA Hands Out 10,000 Vegan McPlant Burgers, and Cows Are Lovin’ It

Published by Danny Prater.

From Dallas to San Francisco, PETA has given away 10,000 vegan McPlant burgers in just 10 days! PETA’s days of protesting outside McDonald’s may soon be over if the chain rolls out this juicy, meat-free offering nationwide. To get the mayors of Dallas and San Francisco excited about the McPlant’s arrival in their cities, PETA also delivered the burgers to them and their staff.

Check out the video below to learn why we’re excited to introduce would-be meat-buyers to this delicious and animal-friendly new option:

See Photos From PETA’s Free McPlant Giveaways

With thousands of McPlants (holding the cheese and mayo to make them vegan, of course) already handed out at more than a dozen giveaways in California (Oakland and San Francisco) and Texas (Dallas, Denton, Fort Worth, and Irving), PETA supporters are changing the fast-food market.

Here, they’re preparing to pass out free, bovine-friendly bundles in Texas:

PETA thousands McPlant giveaways texas

In San Francisco, they gathered outside a butcher shop, the Golden Gate Meat Company, and on the city’s historic trolleys, turning them into traveling vegan McDonald’s.

McPlant giveaway, two people eating

peta mcplant giveaways san francisco trolley

Ordering a McPlant at a drive-through is no biggie to us, but it’s a matter of life and death for cows and perhaps for the buyer. Real meat clogs the arteries to your heart, so PETA’s gift to thousands of people may introduce them to a healthier way to eat and show them how easy and delicious it is to grab a vegan meal these days.

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind