McDonald’s is testing Beyond Meat burgers at select locations in Canada

The burger will be called the P.L.T. or the Plant, Lettuce, Tomato

McDonald’s is currently testing out Beyond Meat burgers at select locations in Canada.

The burger, which they call the P.L.T. or Plant, Lettuce, Tomato, is set to be available as a test at some restaurants in Southwestern Ontario. As of Monday, September 30th, the flavour tests will take place in London, and some locations in Sarnia, Tilsonburg, and Woodstock.
 

“McDonald’s Canada has a proud legacy of innovating across our menu and we’re excited that Canadians will be the first in the world to try the P.L.T.,” Chef for McDonald’s Canada Jeff Anderson explains in a statement. “We’re eager to hear what our customers love about the P.L.T. to help McDonald’s around the world better understand how a plant-based burger works in our restaurants.”

The burger is set to cost $6.49 plus tax, and it will come topped with mustard, may-style sauce, ketchup, pickles, onions, lettus, tomato, and processed cheddar between two Quarter Pounder buns.

Check out the full list of restaurants serving up the P.L.T. below.
 
Aylmer, Ontario:
200 Talbot Street West

Exeter, Ontario:
261 Main Street West

Ingersoll, Ontario:
120 Thames Street North

London, Ontario:
1950 Dundas Street
330 Clarke Road
103 Fanshawe Park Road East
959 Hamilton Road East
1159 Highbury Avenue
1205 Fanshawe Park Road West
1280 Fanshawe Park Road West
520 Oxford Street West
1850 Oxford Street West
1175 Wonderland Road
385 Wellington Road South
1074 Wellington Road South
4350 Wellington Road South
61 Oxford Street West
462 Wharncliffe Road
1105 Wellington Road South
1033 Wonderland Road South

Sarnia, Ontario:
411 Christina Street North
1330 Exmouth Street
1253 London & Murphy Road

St. Thomas, Ontario:
955 Talbot Street

Strathroy, Ontario:
269 Caradoc Street South

Tillsonburg, Ontario:
170 Simcoe Street

Woodstock, Ontario:
980 Dundas Street
507 Norwich Avenue