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Burger King Japan offers Super One Pound Beef Cheeseburger to celebrate Good Meat Day
To celebrate “Good Meat Day” on November 29, Burger King Japan is offering the Super One Pound Beef Cheeseburger.
The burger has four flame-broiled all-beef patties collectively weighing 1.1 pounds and housed in a sesame seed bun.
It has sliced onions, ketchup, cheddar cheese, and cheese sauce as garnishments.
The stacked burger carries a tag of approximately $14 for ala carte and $16 for a meal that comes with medium fries and drinks.
Burger King's Super One Pound Beef Cheeseburger is now available at its outlets in Japan until December 2, from 2 p.m. onwards.
November 29 is designated as Good Meat Day since the date is abbreviated as 1-1-2-9, which spells out as īniku, meaning good meat in Japanese.