White Spot, Triple O’s launching Impossible Burger

Weekend sneak peek to benefit Variety – the Children’s Charity

Beloved BC restaurant chains White Spot and Triple O’s are reaffirming their 92-year-strong commitment to burger leadership and menu innovation by introducing the Impossible™ Burger on all menus. The move makes White Spot and Triple O's the first family-casual and quick-service restaurant chains in Canada to feature the award-winning Impossible™ Burger from Impossible Foods.

Available at all 62 full-service White Spot locations and 39 quick-service Triple O’s across BC and Alberta beginning today (Saturday) the made-from-plants patty will be showcased as part of a new fall menu launch that provides more delicious choices.

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“For more than ninety years we have kept our menus fresh by innovating, adapting and providing our guests with the best tasting dining experience,” said White Spot President Warren Erhart. “Being able to offer more plant-based protein like the Impossible™ Burger patty further underscores the importance we place in offering a variety of options for meat lovers, meat reducers and flexitarians alike at White Spot and Triple O’s.”

This weekendWhite Spot and Triple O’s will give guests a chance to be the first to try the Impossible™ made-from-plants patty in their new burger creations, and will donate $2 from every Impossible™ Burger sold over the two days to Variety – the Children’s Charity, a charitable partner since 1966. To celebrate the launch, White Spot and Triple O’s will also be giving away a total of 1,000 FREE Impossible™ Burgers — hungry burger lovers are invited to enter the giveaway via whitespot.ca/contest and tripleos.com/contest.

Here in Delta, patrons can try the new burgers and benefit Variety at the White Spot (Scott & 72nd) and three Triple O’s (BC Ferries, No.10 Highway and Ladner Trunk Road).

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