Jack in the Box is testing Impossible burger patties at participating restaurants in Phoenix, Arizona! The vegan beef patty can be substituted in any burger on the chain’s core menu for an additional cost.
Jack in the Box Customers Can Request an Impossible Patty in Any Burger
This exciting trial is the result of a partnership between Jack in the Box and Impossible Foods. From now until December 12, Jack in the Box will offer the plant-based burger patty at all Phoenix locations. Jack in the Box customers can request an Impossible patty in any burger on the restaurant’s core menu for an additional $1 to $1.50.
“We’re excited to test the Impossible Burger patty at our Phoenix locations. We feel it is important to give our guests as many options to choose from as possible, because Jack in the Box is all about menu variety and satisfying all types of cravings. Our consumer insights show our guests are interested in plant-based options and we want to give them as many ways to enjoy our products as possible,” said Jack in the Box CMO, Ryan Ostrom.
Vegan Options at Jack in the Box
While the Impossible patty is composed of all-vegan ingredients, Jack in the Box prepares everything in the same kitchen, so there is cross-contamination. Most of the burgers on the core menu are not vegan-friendly but you can customize a classic burger to your liking. We’d suggest ordering an Impossible patty on a classic bun with whatever veggies you’d like (lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onions), and no cheese or mayo. Be sure to check with the employees at your specific location to ensure your order contains no animal ingredients.
Other vegan options at Jack in the Box include the Teriyaki Rice Bowl (sub veggies for the chicken), Seasoned Curly Fries, French Fries, Potato Wedges, Hash Browns, and Side Salad.
For more information, visit JackInTheBox.com.