UK plant-based meat producer, The Meatless Farm Co, announced the launch of their newest products - breakfast sausage links and patties.
The new products are soy-free, gluten-free, a great source of fibre, packed with protein and made from non-GMO ingredients. The sausages come with only 280 calories per serving, 17+ grams of protein, 3 grams of fibre, and completely sustainable packaging.
The vegan breakfast sausage varieties are now available for both retailers and foodservice operators across the US.
The Meatless Farm Co is a sustainable plant-based protein company known for its meat-free burgers, mince and sausage products that taste and look like real meat.
Its vegan products are made using the highest-quality, non-GMO ingredients available. The brand's team of chefs develops fresh plant-based meat alternatives that are delicious, easy to cook and better for both people and the planet.
The company is a leading innovator in plant-based proteins with the first-to-market fresh refrigerated breakfast options.
The Meatless Farm Co was founded by Morten Toft Bech after he and his wife discovered the difficulty of preparing meat-free protein-filled meals for their family.
The company launched its first meat-free products in the UK in 2018 and has since expanded into Europe, Canada, UAE and the USA.
Currently, the business is the fastest-growing alternative meat brand in the United Kingdom.
"Over the years, we have seen plenty of innovation within the plant-based protein space, but breakfast meats have remained relatively untouched. After years of R&D, we are excited to show people how easy – and delicious – it can be to add a perfect plant-based protein to their meatless mornings," said Kasper Vesth, General Manager for North America at The Meatless Farm Co.
"As we continue to grow in the US market, it is important for us to ensure we're meeting the unique needs of American consumers by making it easy to incorporate more plant-based options into their daily routines, whether it's for their health or for the health of the environment."