Carl’s Jr is ready to Go Beyond with an Earth Day menu makeover

Carl's Jr Beyond Menu Earth Day celebration, photo provided by Carl's Jr.
Carl's Jr Beyond Menu Earth Day celebration, photo provided by Carl's Jr. /

Ready to take feed your happy to the next level? For Earth Day, the popular quick service restaurant will be hosting a one day plant-based meat menu takeover. While this special event is just happening at a Los Angeles restaurant location, everyone can celebrate with a Beyond Burger special at all Carl’s Jr locations.

Over the past several years, quick service restaurants have learned to appreciate that plant-based menus are essential. What started as a one-off or limited options have evolved into top menu items. With flavor creativity and satisfaction, many guests gravitate toward these choices.

Today, if a restaurant doesn’t have at least one plant-based food or other vegetarian options, it might find it difficult to compete. Instead of just a meatless Monday, it is a meatless every day.

Patty Trevino, senior vice president of brand marketing at CKE Restaurants, said “With nearly one-third of consumers identifying as flexitarian, we continue to innovate on new ways for our guests to enjoy our iconic charbroiled burgers with our Beyond Meat partnership.”

Why is Earth Day the time to Go Beyond with Carl’s Jr?

In December 2018, Carl’s Jr became the “first national quick service restaurant to offer a plant-based menu item.” The Beyond Star quickly gained popularity not just for being a plant-based food option but for showing that this protein swap delivered on flavor. Unlike previous choices, there was no taste sacrifice for skipping the beef.

On April 22, 2021 Beyond Meat Earth Day celebration will be held at 424 W. Los Feliz Rd., Glendale, CA 91204 from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. During the event, customers can enjoy a complimentary eco-friendly Beyond Meat item while supplies last.

For people not located near the Los Angles location, guests can sign-up to receive a $5 Beyond Burger offer via email.

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Are you ready to embrace the plant side? What is your favorite plant-based food menu?