Meatless Farm Launches Plant-Based Hot Dog

Meatless Farms hot dog, photo provided by Meatless Farms
Meatless Farms hot dog, photo provided by Meatless Farms /

The plant-based  food category is growing at a faster rate as more popular, common consumer brands, like Starbucks explore the territory. Brands like Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods opened the door to Americans by striking deals with mainstream fast-casual restaurants like McDonald’s, KFC, Taco Bell, Burger King and more.

Now heading into grilling season and still at home, many families started exploring the plant-based diets during the pandemic.  Sales of fresh plant-based meat alternatives nearly doubled every month during 2020, according to Nielsen.

Needless to say, American families are seeking more plant-based foods and there are now so many more options available than there once was.

Meatless Farm introduces their first plant-based hot dog.

Meatless Farm, the mission-driven, plant-based food company, is launching a game changing plant-based hot dog – it apparently tastes just like the classic franks loved by all but without any of the overly processed, unhealthy, and often mysterious ingredients that prevent consumers from eating them more often.

Crafted with clean and simple plant-based ingredients, Meatless Farm’s hot dog is made with a pea-based protein that is low in sodium, low in saturated fat, and high in protein.

Free from artificial ingredients, preservatives, gluten, and soy, Meatless Farm’s plant-based hot dogs will be sold at retailers nationwide this summer.

“As Meatless Farm continues to grow within the U.S. market, we are excited to offer a delicious and flavorful hot dog eating experience that our consumers can enjoy in the summer months and beyond,” said Susan Edwards, Product Development Director for Meatless Farm North America. “With the demand for plant-based protein options increasing each year, our team of chefs are dedicated to making fresh, plant-based meat alternatives that satisfy in taste, are easy to cook, and better for both people and the planet.”

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Are you willing to give plant-based foods a taste?