I think that today's Vowelburger comes with
B and D buns and N cheese
Examples (thanks to TruVortex_07 for getting "W" in the comments)
BAND (not sure about this one but possibly referring to bands which act in a detaching manner, like band gaps in an electron).
BEND = disfigure.
BIND = detain.
BOND = settle (one definition of bond is to lay bricks in an overlapping pattern so as to form a strong structure.).
BUND = govern (possibly referring to the Deutscher Bund - the German confederation).
BWND = Bath Wilts & North Dorset Gliding Club, where they "move".
BYND refers to Beyond Meat, a Los Angeles-based producer of plant-based meat substitutes (replacing the meat)
Original Guess for BWND = move, I think this one is the typo as BWNED, in Welsh, means "Let's go".
Notes from OP
The printing error explained:
The last page of each menu (last page = last letter) was off a bit ("menu" → "ment") so they got rid of them (i.e., removed "ment" from each of the Vowelburgers™). This means they were originally detachment, disfigurement, detainment, settlement, government, movement, and replacement.
E, I, U, and Y are mostly unaffected by this change, but A, O and W's solutions make more sense after this transformation:
A: A "detachment" of people, units, etc. can also be called a "band".
O: A "settlement" between two parties can also be called a "bond".
W: A synonym of "movement" is "flight", which occurs at the BWND.
W and Y are unconventional both in the sense that they are only sometimes vowels, but their solutions also aren't technically words: BWND is the abbreviation for the Bath Wilts & North Dorset Gliding Club, and BYND is the stock symbol for Beyond Meat.
This puzzle was inspired by:
A demanding Vowelburger™ Riddle, when I noticed that "N" could be added to make new words, and after verifying that "bund" was a word, I ran from there.