Beyond Meat launches Plant-Based Chicken Tenders at US Restaurants

Beyond Meat announced its new plant-based chicken tenders today at 400 U.S.-based restaurants the news follows the continued development of the California-based pseudo-meat giant, which includes Walmart stores, the expansion of Taco Bell restaurants, and a major push in China over the past year. The company said that despite it having the same name, the product predicted that a completely different product beyond China Strips would be popular outside of the company’s wild burger patties, but was discontinued back in 2019 due to a lack of popularity compared to other offers.

The new recipe is made primarily with fava beans and peas, contains 14 grams of protein that is served, and contains less than 40% saturated fat in standard chicken tenders. The agency says there is no cholesterol, antibiotics or hormones, which is not to say, big-chicken producers. “Like all of our products, chicken tenders provide delicious flavors and an exceptional culinary experience, as well as strong nutritional benefits,” CIO Darush Azami said in a press release.

“Innovation is the latest example of our mission to create better groundbreaking, tasty alternatives for people and our planet beyond beet meat, and chicken tenders.” No huge chain is being announced across the country among the participating restaurants that will start serving food today. Here is a partial list:

  • Sarpino’s Pizza
  • Stanley’s Northeast Bar Room
  • Syberg’s
  • The Bar Draft House
  • The Block Food & Drink
  • The Howe Daily Kitchen & Bar
  • Toppers Pizza
  • Verdine
  • Melt Bar and Grilled
  • Milwaukee Burger Company
  • Next Level Burger / Next Level Clucker
  • Nuno’s Tacos & Vegmex Grill
  • Plant-Based Pizzeria
  • Plow Burger
  • Pub 819
  • Romeo’s Pizza
  • Bad Mutha Clucka
  • Bird Bird Biscuit
  • Blissful Burgers
  • Burger Patch
  • Detroit Wing Company
  • Dog Haus
  • Duke’s on 7
  • Epic Burger
  • Fire Wings
  • Flyrite Chicken
  • JAILBIRD

People strangely named the chicken restaurants there, folks. There is also growing competition in the disguised chicken market. Last month, Nags-maker Simulate announced a $50 million Series B to help it go the other way. There is also growing competition in the disguised chicken market. Last month, Nags-maker Simulate announced a $50 million Series B to help it go the other way.