Beyond Meat is on a roll! The plant-based meat company is bringing their popular Beyond Sausage to San Francisco at the meat-centric restaurant, Rosamunde Sausage Grill. The vegan sausage will now be available at their Mission Street, Haight Street, and Oakland locations. How cool is that!?

Rosamunde will exclusively sell the all three of the Beyond Sausage’s tantalizing flavors in the Bay Area: Original Bratwurst, Hot Italian, and Sweet Italian. The all-vegan sausages have 16 grams of protein per link, MORE than traditional pork sausage, 38 percent less saturated fat, and fewer calories. Talk about a win!

Diners at Rosamunde will be able to opt for the Beyond Sausage either as a plated option served with a salad and baked beans for $12 or on a bun where you can create your own build with two house-made toppings for $8.50. Some of the toppings include grilled onions, sauerkraut, sweet onions, hot peppers, mango chutney and more! 

“The minute I took a bite of Beyond Sausage and tasted the explosion of flavor, and felt the signature snap of the casing there wasn’t a doubt in my mind that we needed to put this on our menu. Our customers are going to go nuts for this,” said Josh Margolis, owner of Rosamunde Sausage Grill. 

 

Here’s the Beyond Sausage in raw form … yep, ALL VEGAN!

Diners in Los Angeles can also enjoy the Beyond Sausage at Veggie Grill’s El Segundo and Hollywood locations, as well as meat-heavy sausage restaurant, Wurstküche, at their DTLA and Venice locations. For East Coasters, you can enjoy the Beyond Sausage at Schaller’s Stube on the Upper East Side of Manhattan!

 

Beyond Meat’s innovative plant-based items are the perfect solution to those who have health concernsenvironmental or animal welfare concerns about meat. We can’t wait to see what they do next!

Want to learn more about how the CEO of Beyond Meat, Ethan Brown, plans to change the food industry? Check out this recent episode of #EatForThePlanet with Nil Zacharias:

To learn more about the environmental impact of our food choices as well as trends and developments in the plant-based food space, check out our podcast #EatForThePlanet with Nil Zacharias.

 

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