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How the Beyond Burger and Impossible Burger actually compare to traditional burgers — and each other
The Impossible Burger and Beyond Burger are taking the food industry by storm — but many people are confused about their nutritional information.
An Impossible Burger includes 21 ingredients, including soy protein, salt, coconut oil, and lots of vitamins.
KFC is meeting with plant-based ‘meat’ makers as chains like Burger King and Del Taco jump on the vegan bandwagon
KFC is meeting with major plant-based "meat" makers to discuss what a vegan version of fried chicken could look like.
3 factors are driving the plant-based ‘meat’ revolution as analysts predict companies like Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods could explode ...
Plant-based "meat" sales are set to explode, with Barclays estimating that the market for alternative meat could reach $140 billion by 2029.
“We know enough now to make the gamut of meat flavors”: Impossible Foods CEO on synthetic steaks and a future beyond burgers
Impossible Foods CEO Pat Brown started his plant-based foods company to combat climate change. Many more meat replacements are on the way.
Little Caesars is the first national pizza chain to add a meat substitute to the menu.
Dispensed: How health insurance startups fared at the start of 2019, Impossible Foods’ big burger change, and a look at uBiome’s board
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We tried Burger King’s plant-based Impossible Whopper next to the original — here’s how they actually compare
Burger King's Impossible Whopper is set to take over America. But can it compete with the real thing?
How fear of ‘the biggest environmental catastrophe that our planet has ever faced’ drove the founder of $2 billion Impossible Foods to go ...
Impossible Foods founder and CEO said that the most crucial move we can make for the planet's health is eliminating meat from our diets.
The inside story of how the Silicon Valley burger startup Impossible Foods is going global after its sizzling Burger King debut
To create the Impossible Burger 2.0, the company had to change the recipe. One tweak that could be controversial involves using genetically modified soy.