Impossible Foods Launches Impossible Bowls

Impossible Foods Launches Impossible Bowls

Impossible Foods Launches Impossible Bowls
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Plant-based meat company Impossible Foods has launched its latest food concept in the frozen aisle – Impossible Bowls.

The new concept, which features an assortment of plant-based proteins, aims to offer quick and healthy comfort food options that can be readily bought in grocery stores.

“Convenience and accessibility are a huge part of this, and we’re excited to give people even more ways to try and buy Impossible products,” said Peter McGuinness, chief executive officer of Impossible Foods. “This is a major milestone that we’re proud of and hope will push the category forward in a meaningful way. It’s never been easier to try a delicious plant-based meal in minutes.”

Each bowl is 9oz and is packed with 10g to 13g protein, 13g or less saturated fat, 0 mg cholesterol, and 0g trans fat. The new offering can be purchased at thousands of retail locations across the U.S.

The bowls come in eight different options:

  • Sweet & Sour Impossible Pork
  • Teriyaki Impossible Chicken
  • Chili Mac with Impossible Pork
  • Barbeque Impossible Pork
  • Spaghetti & Impossible Meatballs
  • Pasta Bolognese with Impossible Beef & Pork
  • Burrito Bowl with Impossible Beef
  • Spicy Enchilada Bowl with Impossible Chicken

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