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Impossible Foods And Little Caesars Team Up To Make Meatless Sausage

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Impossible Foods And Little Caesars Team Up To Make Meatless Sausage

Impossible Foods And Little Caesars Team Up To Make Meatless Sausage

According to Gizmodo.com, &quot;For the first time since introducing its meatless burger in 2016, Impossible Foods is launching a new plant-based product: sausage.

And it’s teaming up with Little Caesars—the pizza chain responsible for a pie wrapped in three feet of bacon—to test it.&quot; “Little Caesars has a long history of innovation aimed at providing our customers with value, quality, and convenience,” President and CEO David Scrivano said in a statement.

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