Vegan man sues Florida Burger King over Impossible Whopper

File photo: Impossible Whopper.
File photo: Impossible Whopper. (2019 Getty Images)

MIAMI – A vegan has filed a lawsuit against burger king over its “Impossible Whopper,” claiming it’s falsely promoted as meat-free.

The proposed class-action lawsuit says they’re cooked on the same grill as regular burgers, so they’re contaminated with meat by-products.

Philip Williams filed the suit on behalf of other vegans.

It accuses Burger King of deceptive practices by not disclosing they’re cooked on the same grill.

He says he wouldn’t have paid a premium price for one at an Atlanta Burger King if he’d known.

Burger King’s online menu says the impossible whopper is “zero percent beef” and says “for guests looking for a meat-free option, a non-broiler method of preparation is available upon request.”

The suit seeks compensation for everyone who bought the burger, and for burger king to clearly disclose on the menu that they use the same grill for all burgers.

Burger King told media outlets it does not comment on pending litigation.