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Army Navy launches plant-based burrito, quesadilla

Army Navy launches plant-based burrito, quesadilla

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Army Navy's new vegetarian-friendly line also includes soft tacos and burgers

Army Navy has launched a new line-up of plant-based versions of their signature items, available from Monday, May 17.

The vegetarian-friendly line-up includes Army Navy’s burger using a meat-free patty, with fresh veggies and their sauces. It costs P280 for the single patty, P395 for the double patty, and P495 for the Boy Burger three-patty version. Customers can add cheese, jalapeño, and onion for an additional fee.

Army Navy also offers the plant-based burrito (P265), the plant-based breakfast burrito (P265), and the plant-based, deconstructed naked burrito in a bowl (P265). You can add salsa, guacamole, lime, sour cream, or double the plant-based meat for additional fees.

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There’s also a three piece plant-based soft taco (P245) and a plant-based quesadilla (P255) with cheese and peppers inside, served with their spicy mayo and salsa.

Army Navy’s new line-up is suitable for vegetarians who still eat dairy, eggs, and cheese, as there are still mayo-based sauces, cheese, and bread that aren’t dairy-free in these items.

The plant-based products are only available in Army Navy’s Makati and Taguig City branches. You can order them for take-out and delivery via hotline number (8-333-3131), website, GrabFood, or foodpanda. – Rappler.com

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