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Impossible Burger Comes To Schools, Hospital



Fake meat now in schools, hospitals

Impossible Foods signed a new contract with a catering service. The plant-based meat will be available in 1500 schools and hospital cafeterias.

The company behind Impossible Burger, Impossible Foods, signed a contract with food service company Sodexo.

Sodexo serves around 1,500 schools, corporate and hospital cafeterias, so they will be able to serve Impossible Burger as well as their other products to their patrons.

The startup Redwood City, California, has struggled to meet the demand for plant-based meat. Impossible sells the product to more than 400 distributors and distributors, who then sell the product to restaurants such as Burger King and White Castle.

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Sheet Shah from Impossible Foods told FOX Business the plant-based protein producer is now at 1

0,000 restaurants and expects to expand to 17,000 by the end of the year.

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US Retail Sales of plant-based foods increase by 11 percent in 2019. Barclays says that the fake meat sector could reach an estimated 140 billion dollars over the next decade.

FOX Business & # 39; Ann Schmidt, Henry Fernandez & The Associated Press contributed to this report.


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