Burger King’s New Black Burgers Sold in Japan [PHOTOS]

If you thought the burger couldn’t be reinvented, you were wrong. Burger Kings across Japan are recreating the traditional burger by coloring it black. The restaurants are using squid ink to blacken the garlic sauce and bamboo charcoal to blacken the burger buns and cheese. These food additives are safe, and are commonly used in Japan.

Would you eat a burger that’s the color black?




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