In addition to the popular 12-oz package, the Impossible Burger is now available as pre-formed, quarter-pound (4-oz) patties at nearly 2,000 stores owned by The Kroger Co.

Patties are packaged with recyclable materials and will be sold at $6.99 at Kroger-affiliated stores, including Kroger, Ralphs, Fred Meyer, Mariano’s, Smith’s, and more starting this week. Burger patties are also available online through Kroger.com for Kroger Curbside Pickup and Delivery.

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“Burger patties have been increasing in popularity for nearly a decade because they’re simple and fast. And now more than ever, Americans crave convenience and speed in the kitchen,” said Ravi Thakkar, Impossible Foods’ Vice President of Product Management. “Our patty packs enable home chefs to create the perfect dish, whether that’s a classic-style burger or a juicy patty melt. In just four minutes, your Impossible Burger can go from the refrigerator to the grill to your plate.”

Impossible Burger patty packs will become available at additional retail locations over the next several weeks.

Since its debut in grocery stores in 2019, Impossible Burger has expanded into nearly 10,000 stores from its recent partnerships with Walmart, Trader Joe’s, and Publix. Impossible Foods’ retail footprint is 66 times larger than it was in the past six months.

Read about the recent developments in the plant-based meat industry.

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