More than two years after its launch, the world’s largest burger chain is still not happy with its burger.
The burger chain said Wednesday that it’s facing new competition from a new product that uses the technology.
“Meta burgers are an important part of our business model,” said John Schmitt, CEO of Burger King.
“Our customers are increasingly asking us to incorporate them into our menu.
We are looking forward to exploring and developing the future of the meta burger with our partner in San Diego.”
Meta burgers are a burger that uses artificial intelligence to create the burgers in its burgers.
The technology, called Meta Biscuit, was developed by Burger King and is also being sold by other burger chains like Chipotle and Burger King’s parent company, Burger King Holdings.
It’s the latest in a string of innovation efforts by Burger Kings that includes launching a new version of its signature burger, the Double Down, in 2016.
The new Meta Bunch, launched by Burger-King on Tuesday, is based on the same technology that made its launch possible.
The company said it’s the first time it’s incorporated the technology into a burger and will continue to refine the technology to provide customers with an even better experience.
But it’s not clear if the new product will be able to compete with the existing Meta burger.
“We’re not going to have the Meta burger with the Meta BUNCH,” Schmitt said.
“We think the meta burgers have the potential to be a very successful burger.
We believe that it has a unique combination of flavor and texture that makes it very desirable for customers who want something different.”
The company said the Meta Burger will be available for purchase from November, but it could take up to two months for customers to see it.
It said it will release more information in the coming weeks.
The Meta Burger is a product of a partnership with Burger King in San Francisco.