Meatless Farm In The News: June

Hands up who doesn’t love a list… Thought so! It’s been another month of Meatless Farm making the cut in many people’s lists.

Sausages are sizzlin’

To mark the summer solstice, Forbes’ Katie Chang picked out her 30 Healthy Sips, Snacks And Sauces To Stock Up On This Summer.

She picked out our Meat Free Breakfast Sausage Links as one of her favorites, adding that “Meatless Farm is helping make the transition (from eating less meat) easier than ever”.

“While plant-based patties and crumbles abound, breakfast options were lacking until now These recently unveiled breakfast sausage links are so savory, you might forget you’re eating something that’s kinder to the planet and you as well.”

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Worth getting out of bed for!

Meanwhile, Men’s Journal also took a deep dive into The Healthiest Plant-Based Burgers, Brats and Bacon.

Yet again our Breakfast Sausage Links made the top three, with the publication stating they were “definitely worth getting out of bed for”.

Meatless Farm's plant-based Meat Free Breakfast Sausage Links

“The links are made using their very own pea protein recipe, so they’re high in protein and fiber as well as being vegan, kosher, and non-GMO.”

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Online Farm Shop open for business

You can’t fail to have missed our Shopping Basket on our homepage, but in case you have – The Meatless Farm Shop is open for business!

That’s right, we’ve launched our very own online Farm Shop to make getting your hands on our plant-based range easier than ever.

Customers can purchase the entire lineup of Meatless Farm Burgers, Ground and Sausages, along with our curated product bundles through our digital store.

Both Food Business News and Meat+Poultry picked up the story, quoting our North America General Manager Kasper Vesth as saying: “As we continue to grow in the United States market, it is important for us to ensure we’re meeting the unique needs of American consumers by making it easy to incorporate more plant-based options into their daily routines, whether it’s for their health or for the health of the environment.”

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