The next generation of meat analogs launched in the United States

The next generation of plant-based burgers arrived this summer 2016. Beyond Meat, which already has several existing products in the market (chicken strips, beefy crumble, and "Beast Burger"), first launched its Beyond Burger in Boulder, Colorado, Whole Foods in May. In addition, restaurants in S...

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