McDonald’s Launches Vegan ‘McAloo Tikki’ From India in Global U.S.A. Headquarters Restaurant in Chicago McDonald’s, one of the largest fast-food chains in the world, has launched a vegan option at its global headquarters restaurant in Chicago. Called the McAloo Tikki, the sandwich is served at McDonald’s locations across India . The company launched the new vegan-friendly menu option last month along with other options from McDonald’s locations across the globe. “Customers can enjoy new global menu items from India, Australia, Canada, Germany, and Hong Kong,” states the announcement. The McAloo Tikki is the only vegan sandwich option available. According to McDonald’s the McAloo Tikki consists of a toasted bun with a samosa -spiced veggie patty made from potatoes and peas. It’s topped with fresh red onions, sliced tomato, and an egg-free creamy tomato mayo . “Customers have expressed interest in items from McDonald’s restaurants located in India and we’re excited to offer them the opportunity to try the long time vegetarian favorite, McAloo Tikki,” said McDonald’s owner/operator Nick Karavites, in a statement. Vegan at McDonald’s Vegan options are limited in McDonald’s other U.S. locations – customers can choose from an iceberg lettuce side salad, drinks, or sliced apples from […]


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