"We've been working on our recipe and now we're ready to hear feedback from our customers", said Ann Wahlgren, vice president of global menu strategy.
With the objective of improving its popularity and introducing new menu items into its existing operations, McDonald's will welcome plant, lettuce and tomato burger (PLT) by the end of September.
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"We wish McDonald's similar success in its 28-unit test in Canada", Impossible Foods said in an emailed statement.
The company has captured a wide audience for its imitation meat patties and sausages made of protein from peas, brown rice, sunflower seeds and mung beans that have a non-genetically modified organism verification.
Such a test could help the company determine whether demand for the plant-based product is sustainable enough to warrant the added complexity.
The company partnered with Beyond Meat, a growing Los Angeles-based producer of plant-based meat alternatives, to create a unique patty exclusively for McDonald's.
U.S. pizza chain Little Caesars announced in May it will launch a meatless "sausage" crumble, made by the Impossible Foods brand. But the real prize will be the fast-food giant's roughly 14,000 locations in its home market, and that race is still anybody's game. The test will last for 12 weeks.