Burger King is offering a new Reduced Methane Emissions Beef Whopper sandwich made with beef sourced from cows that emit reduced methane at select locations in Miami, New York, Austin, Portland, and Los Angeles, while supplies last.
Burger King says the brand partnered with top scientists to develop and test a new diet for cows, that “reduces up to 33% per day, on average, of cows’ daily methane emissions during the last three to four months of their lives.”
According to the company, by adding 100 grams of lemongrass leaves to the cows’ daily diet during their last four months of life, it helps reduce the amount of methane they release as they digest their food.
You can find Reduced Methane Emission Beef Whopper sandwiches at the following locations while supplies last:
- Miami, FL – 79th Court
- New York, NY – 7th Avenue
- Austin, TX – North Lamar Boulevard
- Los Angeles, CA – North Bellflower Boulevard
- Portland, OR – SW Cedar Hills Blvd.
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