Beyond Meat launches Italian spiced meatballs in the US
America’s most popular plant-based meat maker Beyond Meat has announced they’re launching Beyond MeatballsTM in grocery stores nationwide.
The maker of revolutionary plant-based products like Beyond Burgers and Beyond Beef crumbles which closely resembles the taste and texture of the animal protein adds yet another mainstream dish in its evolving plant-based repertoire.
The pre-rolled, pre-seasoned, Italian-herb infested meatballs are coming just in time when the world is looking for more easy-to-cook, simple, and delicious plant-based products, without compromising on the taste.
While Beyond Meat’s product will be rolled out nationwide, initially the delectable ready-to-cook vegan meatballs will be available in few outlets including – Whole Foods, Stop & Shop, Sprouts, Harris Teeter, Kroger and Albertsons, and more others by early October.
A pack of 12 meatballs will cost $6.99 (Suggested retail).
This is the third-new product in the company’s offering this year, which has already seen an explosive growth of plant-based foods, thanks to the paranoid over animal proteins in the wake of the pandemic.
“We’re thrilled to introduce Beyond Meatballs as they deliver on consumers’ growing demand for delicious and nutritious plant-based meat options without GMOs or synthetic ingredients,” said Stuart Kronauge, Chief Marketing Officer, Beyond Meat in a statement sent to We The World.
“We are proud to introduce our newest innovation at retailers nationwide and know our fans will be excited about the great taste and convenience of Beyond Meatballs.”
Folks in NYC and LA will get to grab for themselves a free serving of ‘free Beyond Meatball Hero or Beyond Meatballs and Spaghetti, for takeout only.’
All you’ll have to do is reserve their meal and pick-up time via The Beyond Meatball Shop’s LA and NY pages on Resy, and the reservations will carry on until the stocks remain and only for Wednesday, September 16th.
Beyond Meat, products are known for their high-quality use of ingredients that includes simple peas, certain beans, and other plant-derived proteins.
A recent and a first-in-kind study by Stanford University found Beyond Meat’s offering is relatively healthier than the mainstream animal-derived counterparts.
Altering Beyond Meat with animal protein among the study participants found decreased the TMAO levels in the person which is linked to cardiovascular ailments and chances of blood clotting.
“It was pretty shocking; we had hypothesized that it wouldn’t matter what order the diets were in,” Christopher Gardner, the lead researcher said.
Beyond Meat, products are now available for orders via the company’s own e-commerce store, where folks can directly get their favorite plant-based stuff from the makers directly.