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What Longtime Vegetarians Think About the Plant-Based Meat Boom


What Longtime Vegetarians Think About the Plant-Based Meat Boom
Margaret Eby
We're in a golden age of fake meat. It seems like every week a new pea protein-based meat substitute comes onto the market, each one promising to mimic the flavor and texture of meat better than the last one. As more people reduce their meat consumption for health or environmental reasons, companies like Impossible Meats and Beyond Meat are becoming household names. 
But meat alternatives like tofu, tempeh, and seitan have been around for centuries, not to mention more recent innovations like black bean burgers and Morningstar faux bacon. Vegetarianism and veganism are nothing new—indeed they're part of cultural traditions that stretch back thousands of years. If you're already a vegetarian, what is this recent tech-enabled meatless meat boom doing for you?

Unilever expands deal with Burger King to launch meat-free Whopper in Latin America, China

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Dec 23 (Reuters) - Unilever Plc said on Wednesday it had expanded its partnership with Burger King to supply its plant-based meat patties for Whopper burgers at restaurants in Latin America, the Caribbean and China.
The product, which will be called the Plant-based Whopper on menus, is made using patties from Vegetarian Butcher, a company Unilever acquired in 2019.
The deal is an expansion of the Dove soap to Hellmann’s mayonnaise maker’s partnership with the fast-food chain that started last year with the launch of the Rebel Whopper burger in Europe , Burger King’s biggest ever product launch in the region.

Unilever expands deal with Burger King to launch meat-free Whopper in China, Latin America


Unilever expands deal with Burger King to launch meat-free Whopper in China, Latin America
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LONDON: Unilever said on Wednesday (Dec 23) it had expanded its partnership with Burger King to supply its plant-based meat patties for Whopper burgers at restaurants in Latin America, the Caribbean and China.

Unilever expands burger deal with Burger King

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Unilever expands its partnership with Burger King to supply its plant-based meat patties in Latin America, the Caribbean and China
Unilever said today it had expanded its partnership with Burger King to supply its plant-based meat patties for Whopper burgers at restaurants in Latin America, the Caribbean and China. 
The product, which will be called the Plant-based Whopper on menus, is made using patties from Vegetarian Butcher, a company Unilever acquired in 2019. 
The deal is an expansion of the Dove soap to Hellmann's mayonnaise maker's partnership with the fast-food chain that started last year with the launch of the Rebel Whopper burger in Europe.

Unilever Expands Deal With Burger King To Launch Meat-Free Veggie Whopper In The Caribbean

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SAN JUAN — Unilever said today it had expanded its partnership with Burger King to supply its plant-based meat patties for Whopper burgers at restaurants in the Caribbean, Latin America and China.
The product, which will be called the “Plant-based Whopper” on menus, is made using patties from Vegetarian Butcher, a company Unilever acquired in 2019.
The deal is an expansion of the Dove soap to Hellmann’s mayonnaise maker’s partnership with the fast-food chain that started last year with the launch of the Rebel Whopper burger in Europe, Burger King’s biggest ever product launch in the region.
Burger King sells several meat-free versions of its popular Whopper burger, including one from Impossible Meats in the United States.

Ten Creative Burger Ideas Perfect for Summer BBQs


Ten Creative Burger Ideas Perfect for Summer BBQs
Sara Klimek
Happy summer grilling season! It's the time of the year when everyone is pulling our their charcoal, shucking corn on their porch, and firing some delicious eats. One of the most iconic summer grilling staples is the burger! My favorite part about burgers is how versatile they are. Although many people opt for a beef patty, you can also go for a chicken or a turkey burger. If you're plant-based (like me), you can enjoy a meat alternative (my favorite is The Meatless Farm Co., but you can also choose from other brands like Beyond and Impossible Meats) or a bean burger. Here is a good recipe for a black-bean burger using walnuts and rice. If you're allergic to nuts, you can try this recipe made with mushrooms and flax seed. 

2019's biggest pop-culture trend was climate anxiety


Alright folks, I’m calling it: 2019 was officially the year the climate crisis went mainstream. Think about it. No longer is mention of the warming atmosphere, melting ice sheets, and acidifying oceans — along with the resulting human suffering — limited to the “environment” section of the newspaper. It’s not a niche worry for small pockets of concerned citizens.
Instead, the planetary crisis came up in movies, songs, and books meant for widespread consumption — a bar that many of them actually met. And for once, the subject got some major airtime from the Democratic presidential candidates. Given the changing climate’s potential to reshape every aspect of human life on Earth, it makes sense that it’s starting to get mentioned in nearly every cultural sphere.

Major Fast Food Chains Selling Beyond Meat and Impossible Burgers

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After years of testing within grocery stores, select independent restaurants and more, fast food restaurants are finally warming to the idea of adding plant-based powerhouses Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods to their menus – and thank goodness. While the vegetarian meat patties may not necessarily be any healthier than their meat counterparts (the jury is still out on their health benefits), the juicy, meat-like patties are a great way for omnivores to cut back on their meat intake, and for vegetarians and vegans to indulge in a fast-food treat.

Impossible Whopper: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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When Burger King started offering its Whopper version of the Impossible Burger on a nationwide basis, fans of the meatless wonder, the brainchild of Stanford University Professor Dr. Patrick O. Brown, were supremely happy. Here, at last, was a version of the popular burger that a vegan could love.
The popularity was part of the reason the chain had a great quarter. RBI, Restaurant Brands International, is the parent company of Burger King and recently announced that the successful launch of their Impossible Whopper drove comparable sales growth of 5% in the US. This was Burger King’s best growth since 2015. RBI’s Popeye’s chain did even better with their famous, and riotously received, chicken sandwich. Popeye’s saw its strongest sales growth in almost two decades.

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After years of testing within grocery stores, select independent restaurants and more, fast food restaurants are finally warming to the idea of adding plant-based powerhouses Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods to their menus – and thank goodness. While the vegetarian meat patties may not necessarily be any healthier than their meat counterparts (the jury is still out on their health benefits), the juicy, meat-like patties are a great way for omnivores to cut back on their meat intake, and for vegetarians and vegans to indulge in a fast-food treat.

Meat That Never Mooed, Oinked Or Clucked Changes How America Eats

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Plant-based “meats” have been around for years, but livestock producers increasingly worry they’re being nudged away from America’s dinner table as companies like Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods gain traction with consumers.​ (AP Photo/Seth Perlman, File)
Jennifer Carrico can spin a story of bovine genealogy about every burger she and her two children grill on their sixth-generation farm in central Iowa. She can trace the animal that produced the meat back several generations of cows and bulls bred specifically for traits beef-buying U.S. consumers don't think about but are responsible for the taste, tenderness, fat content and other qualities that make the hamburger king of the outdoor grill.

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