Monday, 27 May 2019

Impossible Foods’ rising empire of almost-meat

quote [ To be the future of meat, Impossible needs to change the definition of “meat.” ]

I don't want an ordinary burger
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dolemite said @ 3:00pm GMT on 28th May
Agreed. Clarity is becoming increasingly crucial in all things. The fewer tools that lobbyists and marketers have to sway opinion with, the better for all of us.

Having said that, I have tried the Beyond Meat burger at A&W. It is surprisingly good. I wish they (and other restaurants) would offer these patties as a substitution option across their whole burger menu. Hearing that other fast food chains (particulalrly McD's) are rolling out similar non-meat products is encouraging. If these products also prove to have a lower carbon footprint than meat then I will probably transition to veggie burgers across the board.


dolemite said @ 3:00pm GMT on 28th May
Agreed. Clarity is becoming increasingly crucial in all things. The fewer tools that lobbyists and marketers have to mislead consumers with, the better for all of us.

Having said that, I have tried the Beyond Meat burger at A&W. It is surprisingly good. I wish they (and other restaurants) would offer these patties as a substitution option across their whole burger menu. Hearing that other fast food chains (particulalrly McD's) are rolling out similar non-meat products is encouraging. If these products also prove to have a lower carbon footprint than meat then I will probably transition to veggie burgers across the board.



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dolemite said @ 3:00pm GMT on 28th May
Agreed. Clarity is becoming increasingly crucial in all things. The fewer tools that lobbyists and marketers have to mislead consumers with, the better for all of us.

Having said that, I have tried the Beyond Meat burger at A&W. It is surprisingly good. I wish they (and other restaurants) would offer these patties as a substitution option across their whole burger menu. Hearing that other fast food chains (particulalrly McD's) are rolling out similar non-meat products is encouraging. If these products also prove to have a lower carbon footprint than meat then I will probably transition to veggie burgers across the board.




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