Unattainable Meals got here on the scene in 2016 with a realistically bloody and beefy-tasting plant-based burger. The corporate’s strategy to meat-substitution was aimed toward making reasonable meat-alternatives, one thing the bean-heavy veggie burgers of the previous weren’t serious about — or failed at — doing. David Chang’s Nishi was the primary restaurant to introduce diners to the burger, and now you should purchase it in grocery shops and order it at quick meals eating places. Since then, the corporate has added (convincingly quick food-like) hen nuggets to its line of merchandise. And after saying final yr that it could be rounding out its fake-blood-dripping arsenal of meats with Unattainable Pork, the opposite (different) chicken (that’s truly not meat) has lastly reached market.
In a full-circle second, the corporate is introducing diners to its not-pork in collaboration with the brand new location of Chang’s New York restaurant Ssäm Bar. It