World’s Biggest Meat Company Launches Vegan Food Range
JBS — the world’s biggest meat manufacturer — has launched a new selection of plant-based meat alternatives.
The new vegan food range is called OZO and will be released by Planterra Foods, a subsidiary of JBS. The selection will include plant-based ground beef, burgers and meatballs.
“Taste Is Paramount”
“Our team at Planterra Foods is leading you in the world of plant-based protein with all the flavors and foods you love most,” said Darcey Macken, CEO of Planterra Foods, “and we are starting this journey with the debut of OZO.”
“We pride ourselves in being an approachable plant-based brand and OZO is made so simply just like you would make in your own kitchen.”
“We can’t wait for people to try OZO for the first time and experience the joy of eating good, nutritious food where taste is paramount.”
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OZO Vegan Food Range
The new line of vegan food from JBS — which is made using pea protein — will launch in stores across the US, including Safeway, Albertsons, and Kroger.
Planterra Foods has announced that it will be delivering more than one million free ready-to-eat samples of its new vegan burgers via food trucks. The trucks will be making stops in Denver, Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, and Portland, starting this month.
The company will also be making special deliveries to frontline workers tackling the coronavirus outbreak.
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