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[A & W] Beyond Meat Burger - $3.99

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Feb 27, 2010
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[A & W] Beyond Meat Burger - $3.99

I saw at an A and W they had a poster saying the beyond the meat burger is 3.99 for a limited time...can anyone confirm if it’s everywhere?
This is without adding the cheese price
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Nov 15, 2009
28 posts
I work at an A&W and this promotion starts tomorrow. Real cheddar cheese is what the restaurant uses and it's extra.
Jan 22, 2017
325 posts
Any idea when they will bring back $3 teen burgers?
$3.99 is a decent deal for Beyond meat but I would prefer something else tbh.
Jul 2, 2019
62 posts
ez_86 wrote: is this legit?
Yes I've used it, theyll scan the barcode and it will show up for them
Oct 26, 2016
227 posts
ez_86 wrote:
is this legit?
Yes but YMMV, I tried to use it for 2 times and only 1 of them accepted to scan it
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May 5, 2010
1180 posts
I had the beyond meat burger at $3.99 a couple weeks ago. I was impressed at first bite. The texture as a whole (with bun, veggies and the patty) is pretty similar to a real burger and it tastes pretty good at first. Near the end, I wasn't enjoying much. It has some aromas and sweet taste that I'm not a big fan of. You might like it.

Worth a try at this price
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Aug 14, 2014
567 posts
JohnS76618 wrote: Is it healthy
I've heard calorie etc wise, its the same or even a bit worse for you then normal meat. But its much better for the environment, and some of the only options veggies have
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Aug 27, 2009
921 posts
I've done numerous tests and beyond meat always came on top.

BM vs frozen patty
BM vs fresh homemade patty
BM vs other plant base burgers

My wife and I always found the beyond meat burger came out on top! It's pretty insane considering I would never make or buy a vege burger in past, never ever.

Now we've basically replaced our burger meals with beyond meat (1-2 times a month in the summer).

No regrets (it just tastes better) but it is roughly 2x more expensive than making your own beef patties.
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Jul 19, 2015
532 posts
London, ON
JohnS76618 wrote: Is it healthy
No more healthy than a nice tasty teen burger unless you're eating this purely because you dont want to eat meat or whatever other reason, this will for sure not help lose weight or be particularly any healthier stats wise to get excited about;

Beyond Meat:
Calories 500
Fat 29g
Protein 22g
Sugar 8g
Carbohydrates 40g
Trans Fat 0g
Saturated Fat 5g
Cholesterol 5mg
Fibre 3g
Sodium 1110mg

Calories 500
Fat 26g
Protein 25g
Sugar 10g
Carbohydrates 39g
Trans Fat 0.50g
Saturated Fat 11g
Cholesterol 70mg
Fibre 1g
Sodium 910mg
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Dec 23, 2006
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Beyond meat is a super processed food item. Typically the more processed a food item is, the likelier it is bad for health.

https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/be ... lant-based

https://globalnews.ca/news/5438397/plan ... od-health/

Not saying it's a bad product, but the spin that it's healthier than the traditional alternative is not really true, and it's long term health impacts are still unknown.
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