Impossible Foods has introduced Impossible Burger frozen patty packages, just in time for summer grilling! The frozen patty package includes six, quarter-pound plant-based burgers, according to an email from the brand.

The burgers come in a resealable pouch. The environmental benefits of an Impossible Burger compared to a traditional animal burger include 96% less land, 87% less water, and 89% less greenhouse gas emissions.

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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.”

Below are some amazing homemade plant-based burger recipes!

Impossible Burger’s frozen patties will be rolling out in major grocery retailers nationwide beginning May 17th for $13.99,

Other fast-food restaurants, including Starbucks, Pizza HutKFC, and others have added plant-based options to their menus recently.

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