A Canadian restaurant has announced a dairy-free version of its famous burger, but that’s not quite what you’re going to get.
The burger, which is also known as a Dairy Free Burgers, is going by the name of Dairy King Canada.
It’s not yet known how many people will be eating the burger when it goes on sale on Feb. 4, but it is expected to be one of the most popular burgers in the country.
The chain is also the only dairy-favoured burger chain in the world.
The burger’s name comes from the fact that it contains no sugar.
In Canada, it contains a sugar-free variant of the whey protein that gives the product its characteristic texture and flavor.
“The fact that we’re bringing dairy-based ingredients to the table, whether that’s milk or cheese, is a really important element to our brand,” Dairy King spokesperson Katie Hamer told CBC News.
“So when people are able to go to Dairy King and eat something that they can enjoy without the guilt of guilt and having to think about what’s in their diet, that’s really exciting.”
The chain is partnering with an unnamed restaurant in British Columbia to make the burger.
“I know this is a bit of a wild west moment,” said Hamer.
“We’re still trying to figure out what’s going to happen.”
In the United States, the Dairy Free Burger was a hit with food bloggers and bloggers, who dubbed it the Dairy King of burgers.
But it didn’t take long for some in the dairy industry to question the product’s taste and nutrition.
In 2016, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) told a group of food bloggers that the Dairy Freedom Burger was “inconsistent with the nutritional claims made by the company,” which includes the claim that the product contains “no added sugar, lactose, sodium, lactoferrin, or any other ingredients.”
The company also denied that it “has ever marketed the product as containing lactose-free or dairy-fat free ingredients.”
The FDA said it would consider further action.
But, by the time the dairy-industry group Dairy Free International took action against the company, it had already decided to pull its ads from the chain.
“They’re making it seem like they’re going on a quest for a new kind of burger,” said Julie Laidlaw, the founder of the advocacy group.
“It’s a very disingenuous and misleading claim that they’re making to their consumers.”
Dairy Free International, however, is still planning to launch its own version of the Dairy Freed burger.
It’s still hoping to sell a few hundred burgers a month by the end of the year.
“We’re going into this expecting a lot of enthusiasm from people that are looking for more options in the marketplace,” Laidaw told CBC.
“The real excitement is going to be when they can actually go buy the burgers.”