- Nov 13, 2017
If you have health risks and you go in to eat at BK, I think it's reasonable to put it on the customer to make sure of what they're getting. This isn't advertised as vegan. It's a meatless patty.What if Burger King did the sensible thing and didn’t cook non meat patties on the same surface as meat patties?
Like, why are you depending Burger King? You want someone with health risks to have to sue in order for the issue to be taken seriously? I bet your response then would just be “don’t eat at Burger King”
Like, why can’t you just hold a massive corporation accountable? Why is that so hard?
Like someone else said earlier, if the end goal is to get BK to not bother with meatless patties because of some very loud minority, then go right ahead. But I don't see it as bootlicking or excusing the corporation or anything like that.