Burger King and the US Department of Agriculture are set to reveal the biggest beef in America in the coming weeks as part of a global burger giveaway.
In its most recent annual report, the USDA released data showing the average internal temperature of a typical hamburger patty has risen to a new record high in 2017.
The data also showed the average temperature at the restaurant increased by an average of 2.3 degrees Celsius (3.2 degrees Fahrenheit) between 2016 and 2017, according to the USDA’s website.
“With an average temperature of 91.9 degrees Fahrenheit (25.9 Celsius) at the time of writing, the 2017 internal temperature is the highest since 2006,” the USDA said.
“As you may recall, our nation experienced a record-setting summer last year, which led to a significant increase in the number of people reporting a high or extreme temperature in the U.S.,” the agency added.
“As a result, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has issued a new report which reports on the highest-ever annual average temperature for all of the United States.”
Burger King is also set to unveil a brand new internal temperature thermometer at the company’s flagship store in Kansas City, Missouri, as part a new campaign to raise awareness of the temperature spike.
It’s a new internal thermometer that will be installed in the store at the beginning of February.
The temperature will be recorded at the counter.
Bururger King has been trying to promote a new “healthy” burger menu since 2016, when the company announced it was reducing the fat content of its burgers by 50 percent.
Many consumers were surprised to see that the brand was increasing the fat in the new burger.
Despite this, Burger King has continued to increase the fat-content of its sandwiches.
According to a report in the Washington Post, Burger Queen is now the only major fast-food chain in the world to offer a healthy burger menu.
Last year, Burger Kings new internal product manager said that the company was considering a “fat-free” menu, which was designed to appeal to consumers who are concerned about their health.