Whole Foods to Sell Meatless Farm Products


Bless the vegan gods for bringing The Meatless Farm Company to the U.S.

The Meatless Farm is a faux-meat producer based in Great Britain whose product lineup includes a range of of plant-based alternatives such as a burger patty, ground mince, and a vegan sausage, among other savory offerings.

Made with all-natural ingredients, Meatless Farm’s products are high in protein, wheat and gluten-free, 100 percent vegan-friendly, and apparently, they’re also delicious.

On Monday, the Leeds based vegan burger company announced that it has signed a distribution deal with Whole Foods to sell their vegan products at over 480 U.S. stores starting this summer.

The company’s products are aimed at parents using ‘faux meat’ products and young people who care about the environment.

Meatless Farm products are already available in countries including Sweden, Hong Kong, United Arab Emirates, and Canada. And, they’re also available all over the UK in grocery stores such as Morrisons, Booths, Sainsbury’s, Greene King, and TheVeganKind Supermarket.

Plant-based products made by Meatless farm will be hitting shelves in the US in mid-July, according to several sources.