Beyond Meat has announced the expansion of its burger portfolio in the US with the debut of its newest innovation, the Beyond Stack Burger.
The new patty is designed to be closer in taste and texture to beef and can be used as part of single, double and triple stacked burgers.
According to Beyond Meat, the launch comes in response to the growing popularity of smash-style burgers, complementing the debut of the Beyond Smashable Burger in foodservice this summer.
The meat alternatives company said early reviews described the burger as “juicy”, having “a delicate crumble that truly resembles beef burgers”.
The Beyond Stack Burger can be cooked from frozen in six minutes and contains no added antibitoics or hormones, GMOs, and 35% less saturated fat than an 80/20 beef burger with 0mg cholesterol per serving.
Dariush Ajami, chief innovation officer at Beyond Meat, said: “The new Beyond Stack Burger reflects our commitment to relentlessly innovate until our products are indistinguishable from animal meat in taste, texture and flavour while being more nutritious and sustainable”.
“We are thrilled to expand our retail product portfolio with this latest offering which builds upon the recent launches of the newest iteration of Beyond Sausage and our groundbreaking, heart-healthy Beyond Steak.”
The Beyond Stack Burger is soft launching this week at Kroger, Ralphs, King Soopers, Fry’s and Smith’s stores across the US.
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