Today’s Solutions: June 12, 2024

Schools across the US will soo

Schools across the US will soon serve Impossible Foods plant-based meat

The Optimist Daily is a big fan of alternative meat company Impossible Foods and we love to write about its progress as it continues to grow. We celebrated when the company obtained its FDA approval so it could sell its plant-based meat in grocery stores, and also when it expanded from meatless Read More...

Impossible Burgers get an affo

Impossible Burgers get an affordable price drop at US grocery stores

If you’re intrigued by plant-based alternative meats but have been hesitant because of their expensive price tag, we’ve got good news for you. Impossible Foods has announced that it plans to cut the price of its plant-based burgers by 20 percent at US grocery stores.  Impossible Foods has Read More...

Impossible Foods is making pla

Impossible Foods is making plant-based milk that tastes like cow milk

Impossible Foods became famous in the culinary world for its faux meat burger patties that feel and taste like the real thing. Now the food company is focusing on replacing another popular animal-sourced product: cow milk. Yes, alternatives to cow milk already exist in the form of soy milk or Read More...

You can now get plant-based bu

You can now get plant-based burgers shipped to your home

As the pandemic keeps more people at home, food companies have started embracing direct-to-consumer sales. Two of the latest companies to join the trend are Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods, which means you can now get plant-based burgers shipped to your home. Of course, it would be a waste of Read More...

Colin Kaepernick and Impossibl

Colin Kaepernick and Impossible Foods team up to feed 1 million people

Civil rights activist and former NFL player Colin Kaepernick has teamed up with Impossible Foods in order to achieve a big target: feed 1 million people. Kaepernick’s Know Your Rights Camp, a nonprofit organization that advances civil rights through education and empowerment, has made Read More...

Into the mainstream: Plant-bas

Into the mainstream: Plant-based meat now on the menu at Starbucks

It took Impossible Foods hardly a year it seems to go from niche food product to mainstream menu item. This week, Impossible Foods has announced it will sell its plant-based breakfast sandwiches at most Starbucks locations in the US. Given that Starbucks has more than 15,000 US location and that Read More...

Impossible Foods is expanding

Impossible Foods is expanding their faux food empire with Impossible Pork

Last year, the Impossible Burger made its way into fast food, grocery stores, and even high-end restaurants. This year, they are building upon their highly convincing fake meat with their new product: Impossible Pork.  Like the Impossible Burger, Impossible Pork has a texture and taste that Read More...

Impossible Foods is now enteri

Impossible Foods is now entering the fish-less fish game

After making a splash with its world-famous meatless burger, Impossible Foods is getting ready to shake things up in the fish market too. The California company known for whipping up patties made entirely of plants has set its sights on doing the same for seafood, in response to the growing market Read More...

Home cooks can now prepare the

Home cooks can now prepare the Impossible Burger in their own kitchens

After wooing customers in restaurants with its world-famous meatless burger, last Friday Impossible Foods has finally hit the shelves of grocery stores. Since the end of last week, home cooks have been able to buy the plant-based burger in 27 Gelson’s Markets stores in Southern California, Read More...

Impossible Foods gets FDA appr

Impossible Foods gets FDA approval to sell its "alt" meat in grocery stores

This year, interest in plant-based meats has hit an all-time high as more and more consumers look to move away from red meat. One of the most sought-after alternatives has been the Impossible Food’s burger patties, which until now, could only be bought at designated restaurants. In a move Read More...