Years ago, it would have been impossible for plant-based products to pass off as meat. Then comes Impossible™ Foods, priding themselves on meat made from plants.

The plant-based substitutes company has recently launched the Impossible Burger Patties Made From Plants in Singapore, now available in major retailers nationwide.

Classic-style burger made with Impossible Burger Patty

Made from award-winning Impossible Beef, Impossible Burger Patties have as much protein and bioavailable iron as their meat counterpart. Environmentally, this meat substitute occupies less land, requires less water, and generates less greenhouse gas emissions than beef.

Expect to be thrown off by the colour and flavour of the patties, to think that you are biting into real, juicy beef patties. In fact, what sets Impossible™ apart from other plant-based meats is the incorporation of heme, a naturally occurring animal protein. Heme creates a far more convincing meat substitute.

Riding on the fact that we all lead busy lifestyles, Impossible Burger Patties are made for convenient handling and an easy cooking experience — simply preheat the grill or pan and cook to taste. In just four minutes, your Impossible Burger can go from the refrigerator to the grill to your plate.

Stock up now till 30 September, as they are retailing at a promotional price of $8.50 per pack of two patties (U.P. $9.5). It is available in NTUC FairPrice stores and online on FairPrice Online and RedMart. Look forward to their launch in Cold Storage, Giant and Market Place later this year.


*This article is written in collaboration with Impossible Foods , but all opinions are of my own

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