Sodexo Launches New Impossible™ Burger Menu at More Than 1,500 U.S. Locations

Sodexo, a food and facilities management company committed to improving Quality of Life, will debut a new product line featuring the Impossible™ Burger, a burger made from plants that looks, cooks, and tastes like ground beef, at more than 1,500 U.S. retail locations. The newly created menu will launch on Aug. 19 with eight plant-based products, including a sausage muffin sandwich, sausage gravy and biscuits, steakhouse burger and creole burger at colleges, universities, healthcare and corporate services accounts.

Sodexo’s decision to use and serve the Impossible™ Burger isn’t just a result of the meat-alternative’s award-winning taste and high consumer approval rating, but its environmental benefits. When compared alongside a traditional meat-based burger, the Impossible™ used 96 percent less land, 87 percent less water and 89 percent less GHG emissions, which helps to support Sodexo’s commitment to a Better Tomorrow.

“Sodexo is committed to providing customers with more plant-forward and sustainable options as part of their diet,” said Rob Morasco, senior director culinary development, Sodexo. “We are excited to expand our menu to include the Impossible™ Burger’s flavorful blend, which will be featured in several new products this fall.”

 “We’re really thrilled to see that Sodexo’s culinary team is making unique and versatile dishes with the Impossible Burger,” says Dana Worth, Head of Sales at Impossible Foods. “Our ambitious mission to reach meat eaters could not be done without the delicious offerings like their breakfast sausage and burger combinations, and we look forward to seeing how diners react to them.”

The new Impossible™ product line is an example of Sodexo’s “Love of Food,” a consumer-centric approach that embraces fantastic food, healthy and balanced choices and culinary innovation among its team of global chefs. For more information, visit Sodexo USA.

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