Again the thing that you just have to remember to anticipate everything Impossible is going to do is that our intention is to completely replace animals as a food production technology, the most destructive technology on Earth by far," Brown said. "And that means that any product that we're currently producing using animals, Impossible Foods is already working on, and will commercialize a plant-based, a better, more delicious, more affordable, vastly more sustainable version of that product.
AFC NOTES: Arby's thinks they're being funny, but there's nothing funny about animals forced to suffer unspeakable pain and terror. Unlike the plant-based burgers that actually taste like meat, Arby's so-called carrots are nothing more than turkey hot dogs. There was no effort put into making them taste like a plant. Instead of shaping the… Continue reading Arby’s Debuts “Meat-Based Vegetables” and Social Media is Not Having It
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeC_wPGj0Hg Burger King is introducing a Whopper made with a vegetarian patty from the start-up Impossible Foods. The deal is a big step toward the mainstream for start-ups trying to mimic and replace meat. By Nathaniel Popper Photographs and Video by Matt Edge April 1, 2019 OAKLAND, Calif. — Would you like that Whopper with or without… Continue reading Behold the Beefless ‘Impossible Whopper’
This is one popular burger. Everybody wants it. Even burger joints that sell only animal meat want it. Fortunately for me several locations all at once, near enough so I could get to them, started putting it on their menus. We ordered it at Earth Bistro in Cleveland, a restaurant that makes everything they serve… Continue reading The Impossible Burger – update
I want white coffee. Take the black/brown color out of coffee. I'm not talking about milk here. An animal doesn't have to be enslaved, tortured and slaughtered do they? Black/brown coffee stains my teeth. Buying teeth whitener is expensive and may be harmful. I want white coffee beans - at least cream color - off… Continue reading WHITE COFFEE
From One Green Planet: The Impossible Burger has just opened a new production facility. Welcome to the future of food. Since the Impossible Burger’s debut on the meat-centric menu of restaurateur David Chang’s Momofuku Nishi, Impossible Foods’ premier product has continued to gain momentum. Every day, hungry customers would line up outside Momofuku Nishi waiting to get a taste of the… Continue reading The All-Vegan Impossible Burger Will Be Everywhere Soon