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Daiya Launching Two Breakfast Burritos This Fall

by | February 27, 2019

Plant-based brand Daiya is launching breakfast burritos in US stores this year. The burritos will be available in two flavors, which the company is keeping under wraps for now. Both burritos will be gluten-free, dairy-free and soy-free. The Canadian company has not revealed the names of the burritos but say that the new flavors are loaded with egg-style scramble which is “just as tasty as traditional scrambled eggs”.

Daiya Launching Two Breakfast Burritos This Fall
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Daiya Launching Two Breakfast Burritos This Fall

The protein-packed burritos will feature Daiya’s egg-style scramble meatless beef style crumbles, seasoned potatoes, Canadian maple syrup, and Daiya Cutting Board Cheddar Style Shreds and the other will feature egg style scramble, black beans, jalapeño peppers, sautéed onion, poblano salsa, tender potatoes, and Daiya Cutting Board Cheddar Style Shreds.

Each individually wrapped Daiya breakfast burrito will be ready to eat in just two minutes. The plant-based grab-and-go meal will make the perfect any-time-of-day snack. Daiya’s breakfast burritos will be available in the freezer section in US grocery stores later this fall.

The new burritos will be a delicious addition to Daiya’s already popular frozen burrito line. Last year the plant-based brand released four frozen burritos in flavors such as; Tuscan, Santa Fe, Tex Mex, and Santiago. Tuscan and Santa Fe burritos feature meatless beef crumbles; the Tuscan is also packed with rustic Italian sun dried tomatoes, and the Santa Fe is jammed with potatoes and brown rice. The Tex Mex breakfast burritos features pinto beans, brown rice, and Daiya’s cheddar style shreds and the filling for Santiago is red quinoa, black beans, and sweet potatoes.

Daiya was founded by friends, Ande Kroecher and Greg Blake who believed that plan-based living was better for their health, the planet, and animal welfare. The company was acquired by Otsuka recently for $325 million and now offers over 30 dairy-free and gluten-free products.


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