7-Eleven Announces New Beyond Meat Additions to Menu
Another popular store chain is joining the Beyond Meat trend!
7-Eleven Canada has announced the launch of its Beyond Meat Pizza to add to its existing Hot to Go menu.
The pizza is made with 100% plant-based Italian Sausage Crumbles. The pizza will be available 24/7 at 7-Eleven.
The Beyond Sausage and Roasted Veggie Pizza are now available in select Urban Toronto 7-Eleven locations, with more to follow.
"By expanding the fresh food assortment offered to our customers, we hope to provide options for every preference," says Doug Rosencrans, the Vice President and General Manager of 7-Eleven Canada. "Beyond Meat has created excitement around plant-based protein alternatives, and with the introduction of the Beyond Sausage and Roasted Veggie Pizza, we are providing our customers with what they want."
The pizzas are made with Beyond Meat Italian Sausage Crumbles, fire-roasted vegetables and Canadian cheese.
You can get it hot from the oven 24/7 in-store, or take it home to bake. Delivery will also be available from select stores via Foodora or Uber Eats.
"This partnership marks our entrance into the c-store category and an exciting opportunity to partner with one of the largest global brands," said Chuck Muth, the Chief Growth Officer at Beyond Meat. "Accessibility is a top priority for us and 7-Eleven Canada locations, from urban to rural, are a prominent fixture in all communities."
You can try the new pizzas by getting a free sample at select Toronto stores every Monday and Friday between August 26th and September 13th.
Select store list can be found here.
Photos courtesy of 7Eleven Canada
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