Nature’s Fynd Meatless Original Breakfast Patties now available in nearly 400 Whole Foods Market stores across the USA
Nature’s Fynd, a food company making meat and dairy alternatives with Fy, a nutritional fungi protein, has expanded the distribution of its Meatless Original Breakfast Patties to more regional Whole Foods Market locations. The fungi-based brand launched its product at Whole Foods Market just one year ago and has experienced a steady increase in sales as consumers discover the delicious, nutritious, and planet-friendly patties. Now, consumers looking for meat alternatives can add the breakfast patties to their cart at 398 Whole Food Market stores across the nation.
With 11g of protein and 4g of fiber per serving, Nature’s Fynd Meatless Breakfast Patties are a good alternative for both protein and fiber. Nature’s Fynd Meatless Breakfast Patties also have 75% less fat than pork sausage per serving. In addition to the nutritional benefits, the company’s breakthrough fermentation method to grow Fy is gentler on the planet, using a fraction of the water, land, and energy required for traditional agriculture.
“We are optimistic that this expanded distribution will allow more people to enjoy our meatless patties and incorporate sustainability into their daily lives when they shop for groceries," commented Thomas Jonas, CEO and Co-Founder of Nature’s Fynd. "We are a purpose-driven company aiming to nourish people and the planet.”
The high-protein vegan patties are located in the refrigerated sections of Whole Foods Market stores.
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