Dunkin’ Adds New Meatless Breakfast Sandwich to Menu

After a successful partnership with Beyond Meat, the chain is exploring additional plant-based meat options in 2021.


by Anna Starostinetskaya, VegNews

January 5, 2021


This week, fast-food chain Dunkin’ added the vegetarian Southwest Veggie Power Breakfast Sandwich to its menu at participating locations nationwide for a limited time. The new sandwich ($3.99) features a vegan MorningStar Farms Black Bean Patty, an egg white omelet, dairy-based white cheddar cheese, and is served on a multigrain thin bun. To order the sandwich vegan, Dunkin’ suggests removing the omelet and cheese and substituting the multigrain thin bun (which contains honey) with vegan bread options such as an English muffin or a bagel (which are all vegan except for the multigrain flavor, which contains honey).


“This sandwich is really exciting for MorningStar Farms because it delivers a veggie-centric option for Dunkin’ guests, giving them a great plant-based protein patty,” said Dara Schuster, Senior Director of Marketing of Plant Based Protein at Morningstar Farms’ parent company Kellogg Company. “The sandwich has a kick of heat from the MorningStar Farms Black Bean Patty, offering a flavorful breakfast sandwich that packs 26 grams of protein and celebrates real recognizable ingredients. Flexitarian eating is on the rise and we’re thrilled to deliver new menu items that can satisfy everyone.”


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