Exciting news! Chef’d, a meal kit-based online marketplace now offers two varieties of Beyond Meat’s juicy Beyond Burgers, as well as Chinese Beyond Beef Crumbles Lettuce Cups, Beyond Beef Mexican Bowl and Pesto Zucchini Noodles. Each Beyond Burger boasts an impressive 20 grams of plant-based pea protein per patty, not to mention it contains no soy, gluten, or GMOs. This partnership will make it easier than ever for Chef’d consumers to prepare yummy, plant-based meals using Beyond Meat.. Better yet, you don’t need to be a member of Chef’d to order. Woohoo!

The Beyond Meat meal kits range in price from $28 to $44, depending on whether you order two or four meals. The news comes on the heels of Beyond Meat announcing a partnership with Sysco, the largest food distributor in the U.S., as well as family-friendly restaurant TGI Friday’s trying out the plant-based burger on their menu.

Beyond Meat and Chef’d first partnered in November of 2015 with Chef’d offering the Beyond Meat Beast BBQ Kit and the Beyond Meat Feisty Taco Box. People enjoyed having plant-based offerings delivered straight to their door so much that the two companies decided to partner up again. “Now, anyone, anywhere within the Chef’d footprint can be just a click away from having our delicious, satisfying plant-based burger delivered to their door,” said Ethan Brown, founder, and CEO of Beyond Meat, in a statement.

More people than ever are reducing their meat consumption and opting for plant-based options instead. A recent report by global market research firm Mintel shows that more people than ever are open to trying meatless burgers, a trend that is being driven largely by Millennials; 64 percent have tried meatless burgers versus 28 percent of Baby Boomers.

We are so glad to see more plant-based options become accessible, showing yet again that the future of food is indeed plant-based.

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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