Arby's president vows to never serve meatless food

Posted at 2:16 PM, May 30, 2019

Impossible Foods recently teamed up with companies like Burger King and Little Caesars to provide meatless menu items, but rumors that Arby's would also hop on the plant-based bandwagon are not true.

Arby’s president Rob Lynch told Fortune that the chain will never offer a meatless option “on [his] watch,” and that the only way it would happen is if he got fired.

Lynch believes embracing the latest meatless trend would completely muddle Arby’s meat-centered image.

Arby’s reportedly sells 160 million pounds of meat annually across 3,300 worldwide locations.