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Dunkin' adds Beyond Meat's sausage to its menu, starting in New York

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Dunkin' is the first U.S. restaurant chain to add Beyond Meat's imitation sausage to its menuRead full story

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  • I am indeed excited about the expansion of Beyond meat into fast-food chains. It gives more variety to the mass and be able to enjoy something that was once dreamt of.

  • Going to try this ASAP.

    Update-edit: July 25: had two of the #Dunkin #BeyondMeat sausage sandwiches and hash browns with an ice coffee.

    1/ If NO expectations to compare it to meat, standalone the first one was fine. But to compared to a real #hamburger (burger and lobster west 43rd yesterday lunch) or

    Going to try this ASAP.

    Update-edit: July 25: had two of the #Dunkin #BeyondMeat sausage sandwiches and hash browns with an ice coffee.

    1/ If NO expectations to compare it to meat, standalone the first one was fine. But to compared to a real #hamburger (burger and lobster west 43rd yesterday lunch) or t bone (steak earlier in the week) it falls short, noticeably!

    2/ had 2 and first was fine, perhaps because the second was eaten after answering a couple of emails, it was not piping hot and the beyond meat (and bread both) tasted almost the same and both like cardboard (yes have eaten occ cardboard and tree bark in summer camp decades ago and can still remember)

    So the challenge is that of #consistency and never letting the beyond meat sit and settle for a few minutes as it sort of shrinks and becomes tough and #tasteless.

  • And then beat goes on and on. Well done by Beyond. Inventing a category and leading it like Secretariat

  • I'm a Dunkin die-hard but I am surprised by this move being how swift of their adoption. (Although I really shouldn't as they've always offered vegetarian options.) Kudos!

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