It's getting easier for vegetarians to find fast food. Burger King is introducing the "Impossible Whopper," a meatless, plant-based version of its signature burger, to all locations in the U.S. for a limited time starting Aug. 8. 

The Impossible Whopper is made by Burger King first began serving the Impossible Whopper in April, testing the product in St. Louis. 

a big deal just became a bigger deal. the Impossible Whopper is available nationwide starting 8/8.pic.twitter.com/TpFQenSLFQ

— Burger King (@BurgerKing)August 1, 2019

"Since we first launched our market tests in St. Louis in April, and later in six other markets across the country, we’ve heard great feedback and know the Impossible Whopper appeals to both current guests who are already big fans of the WHOPPER® sandwich, as well as new guests who are excited about this new option," Burger King president Chris Finazzo said in a statement. 

The fast food chain hasn't decided yet if the plant-based burger will become a permanent menu item, according to CNN. But as an incentive to try it, Burger King is offering a promotion of one Impossible Whopper and one Whopper for $7 from Aug. 8 to Sept. 1 on the BK App or DoorDash exclusively. The Impossible Whopper will be available in-store for $5.59. 

The Impossible Whopper's patty is made by Impossible Foods, which became well known for its meatless products that taste like meat. 

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