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The Big Vegan TS—made with Nestlé’s new vegan Incredible Burger—will be the first all-vegan burger on McDonald’s menu in Germany.
Don Lee Farms’ organic plant-based burger patties will be sold in the meat section of Kroger grocery stores starting in May, bringing its retail distribution to 8,000 retail markets worldwide.
California company Don Lee Farms enters the veggie burger 2.0 game with its organic and raw plant-based patty that bleeds beet juice—now available at Costco, with Walmart, Whole Foods Market, and Smart & Final to follow.
The 25-year-old brand joins the vegan burger revolution with its new “Perfect Burger.”
The now vegan brand enters the veggie burger 2.0 revolution with new meaty burgers, beef grounds, and sausages.
Globally Local—the world’s first 24-hour vegan drive-thru—will produce 250,000 Preposterous Burgers monthly with plans to distribute the vegan patty to fast-food chains across North America.
The popular vegan brand is hoping to prove that “you don’t need a pig to make a dog” with its 10-inch Frankfurter made from sunflower seeds.
Superbom’s gourmet burger and fish steaks—both made from pea protein—are aimed at the growing number of vegans, vegetarians, and meat-reducers in the meat-producing country.
The 33-year-old vegetarian brand opens a research and development facility to remain competitive as the booming plant-based industry continues to evolve.
On Monday, TGI Fridays will add a mushroom-based, all-vegan burger to its UK menu following a successful US launch.
The No Bull Burger—a private-label vegan burger created by the supermarket chain’s executive chef in April—has surged in sales since debuting in April.
The No Bull burger will be available in the freezer aisle at United Kingdom grocery chain Iceland.