The word “burger” has become synonymous with the fast-food restaurant chain Burger King, but it’s the burger it’s made from that is a hot new topic of debate.
Burger King has been accused of using “burgery” to disguise its product, which is made of ground beef, milk, and onion, in an effort to appeal to consumers who prefer the taste of beef burgers.
The burger is made from ground beef that is ground to a higher degree than a standard ground beef burger, which has more meat.
Burgers were first sold in the United States in 1974 and were widely embraced by Americans for the first time in the 1990s.
They have since grown in popularity worldwide and are used in many foods including hot dogs, hamburgers, and pizza.
In 2015, Burger King’s parent company, Burger Group, bought the rights to use “burgerer” as a trademark, making it a trademark of Burger King.
This marks the first such use of the term in a trademark application filed by a U.S. company.
In 2017, Burger’s parent, Kraft Foods, filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against the term, which also describes “pizza” as an ingredient.
Burger’s owner, BurgerKing, said the company had already filed trademark infringement claims against several competitors.