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Besides being in many super-markets, they are a very popular meat-alternative in many fast food [[resturant]]s, including: Burger King, Carl's Jr., Dunkin' Donuts, [[Starbucks]] and wendy's.
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Besides being in many super-markets, they are a very popular meat-alternative in many fast food [[restaurant]]s, including: Carl's Jr., Dunkin' Donuts, [[Starbucks]][https://www.livekindly.co/vegan-starbucks-breakfast-sausages/] and wendy's.
  
 
In November 2020, Beyond Meat announced a collaboration with McDonald's with the development of the '''McPlant''' option, a plant-based patty and [[chicken]] substitute formulation.
 
In November 2020, Beyond Meat announced a collaboration with McDonald's with the development of the '''McPlant''' option, a plant-based patty and [[chicken]] substitute formulation.

Latest revision as of 06:28, 12 January 2021

Beyond Meat is a Los Angeles based producer of plant-based meat substitutes founded in 2009 by Ethan Brown.


Availability

Besides being in many super-markets, they are a very popular meat-alternative in many fast food restaurants, including: Carl's Jr., Dunkin' Donuts, Starbucks[1] and wendy's.

In November 2020, Beyond Meat announced a collaboration with McDonald's with the development of the McPlant option, a plant-based patty and chicken substitute formulation.

History

The company was founded as a California-based startup called Savage River Inc.

Products

  • Beef Crumbles - Beefy and Feisty
  • Beef, ground
  • Breakfast Sausage - Classic and Spicy
  • Burger
  • Meatballs
  • Sausage - Bratwurst, Hot Italian and Sweet Italian

Chicken Strips

  • The company's first product launched in 2012, it was discontinued in 2019.

See also

See also

External links