After rolling out in some of Canada’s most high-falutin burger bistros, Impossible Foods is hitting Canada’s quick informal market with new menu objects at nationwide chains like White Spot and Triple O’s, Cactus Membership Cafe, and Burger Priest.
Whereas none of these names imply something to yours actually, they might imply one thing to our pleasant readers to the North. Nevertheless, I’ve heard of Qdoba, Wahlburgers and Crimson Robin. And Canadian clients may also choose up Impossible Foods -based menu objects at these chains too.
Since its debut at Momofuku Nishi in New York in 2016, the Not possible Burger is now served in 30,000 eating places throughout the U.S. and is accessible in 11,000 grocery shops throughout America.
The Silicon Valley producer of meat substitutes expects that Canada, the corporate’s first market outdoors of Asia, could turn into its largest market — second solely to the U.S.
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