If you like a good A&W burger, then you’ll love this news.
According to a recent press release, A&W Food Services of Canada will be the first national burger chain to get rid of all processed cheese and serve real cheddar cheese, made without artificial flavours, colours, or preservatives.
As of Oct. 1, instead of processed cheese, all A&W cheese-featuring menu options will be crafted with real cheese, made with 100 per cent Canadian milk.
“Year-after-year A&W has made substantial changes to meet the needs of our guests. What’s better than a Teen Burger topped with real Canadian Cheddar,” Susan Senecal, A&W Canada’s President and Chief Executive Officer said in a recent press release.
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“We believe that sourcing simple, great-tasting ingredients, farmed with care is the right thing to do. Serving real cheese instead of processed cheese was the logical, and delicious, next step.”
And just when you thought the good news was over.
Also, as of Oct. 1 A&W Canada’s popular vegan burger is back in restaurants across the country.
A&W’s Beyond Meat Burger first came out in July of this year. Diners took to it, so the company decided to bring it back.
This burger is currently A&W’s fastest and most successful new product launch ever.
“Today, we’re thrilled to say the Beyond Meat Burger is back and we thank all of our guests for their enthusiasm and patience,” Senecal said in a recent press release.
“We know it’s never nice to hear ‘sorry we’re sold out,’ so we’ve been working hard to bring back the Beyond Meat Burger.”