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Maker Of Costco-Sold Veggie Burgers Switches To New Plant-Based Formula

April 25, 2019: 12:00 AM EST
California-based Don Lee Farms announced it is switching to a new all plant-based formula in its popular organic veggie burgers and veggie bites sold at Costco. The plant-based ingredients include organic veggies and organic sunflower seeds. The new formula-burgers will be gluten-free, vegan, plant-based, GMO-free, free from artificial ingredients and organic certified, the company said. The plant-based burgers resemble beef patties but "bleed" organic beet juice and sizzle on the grill from organic vegetable-based fats. The company recently announced it was   launching its organic plant-based burger in nearly 2,000 Kroger stores, an expansion of its distribution to more than 8,000 retail markets, including Whole Foods Markets, Walmart, and Publix.[Image Credit: © Don Lee Farms]
I-Chun Chen , "Don Lee Farms replacing formula of veggie burgers sold at Costco", L.A. Biz, April 25, 2019, © American City Business Journals
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