Beyond Meat Gives Away Year Supply of Vegan Burgers

The vegan company celebrates the distribution of Beyond Burgers in 3,200 stores by giving one lucky winner a full year of free burgers.

Vegan company Beyond Meat launched the #EndlessBurger photo contest last week to celebrate a distribution milestone of its Beyond Burger—which will be available at 3,200 outlets by the end of summer. Entrants must post a photograph (or video) of their creations using the Beyond Burger to social media with #EndlessBurger and #BeyondBurger, and tag the company @beyondmeat. Beyond Burger debuted at a Colorado Whole Foods Market last year and has since expanded to retail outlets Safeway and Kroger and restaurants Veggie Grill and Next Level Burger. One grand prize winner will receive a year’s supply of Beyond Burgers (valued at $350), while 10 swag bag winners (who will receive product coupons and Beyond Meat apparel) will be chosen shortly after the contest ends September 10.

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