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Diners in Sweden have been given the option of a ‘Human Meat Burger’



The Human Meat burger was developed in Sweden, with its creator explaining he had done “extensive research” for the product.

In the least cannibalistic way possible, would you eat a burger that tastes like human meat?

Would it change your mind if the producers of that burger said they had done extensive research on the taste?

The opportunity was there for diners in Sweden after Oumph! developed The Human Meat Burger.

Luckily, Oumph is a world-renowned plant-based company and rather than using actual human meat, the organisation used its plant-based products.

The project was developed by the company’s co-founder Ankan Linden who said it was a promotion to show people how to eat plant-based.

“We developed this burger in no time as soon as we knew what taste and texture we were after. This is our ultimate and weird way of showing that it’s possible to eat both plant-based and sustainable,” he said.

His colleague, Oumph! Global brand lead Henrik Akerman added: “For us, the most human way of having a burger is a plant-based one.”

The product was only available for a limited time in Sweden as part of a Halloween campaign.

The human meat burger has been a reminder of some of the more bizarre buns and burgers consumed in Australia.

Chuck Wagon 175 in Adelaide decided to test the waters with an Aussie icon by throwing some meat and cheese in between two lamingtons as an Australia Day treat.

While Banjo‘s Bakery took a different route with an Australian staple by placing a cheeseburger inside a pie.




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