Impossible Foods Retail Launch Days Away
Meat-alternative giant Impossible Foods is about to launch its first retail product.
Consumers will soon have access to 12oz packages of the brand’s ground-beef alternative, which they can prepare at home.
While this is the first retail launch of the product, which controversially required animal testing to be approved by the FDA, it is already available at a number of restaurants. Chains stocking the brand’s meat alternatives include Burger King, Little Caesar’s and Bareburger. The product has proven successful with meat eaters, and plant-based diners alike.
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Impossible Foods: Not Quite Vegan?
Vegans should note that, while they are entirely free of animal products, the meat-free brand’s products have sparked significant debate online and are not generally considered to be vegan, but plant based. This is based on the fact that animal testing was used in the early stages of the meat alternatives’ development.
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