Cluck 'n Moo burger set to take off

by Meat&Poultry Staff
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Cluck 'n Moo burger contains 50 percent beef and 50 percent chicken meat.

WEST NYACK, NY. – Move over turducken, Cluck, Inc. has found a way to make peace between competing proteins, chicken and beef.

Cluck 'n Moo burgers are billed as the first and only half-chicken, half-beef burger. The meat is sourced from antibiotic-free chickens and grass-fed cows. Cluck ‘n Moo burgers have 52 percent less fat, 34 percent fewer calories and 55 percent less saturated fat than a regular all-beef burger. The "smashed burger" is the creation of Steve Gold, CEO of Cluck, Inc. in West Nyack, NY.

Cluck 'n Moo has been a success in product tests at New York metro food retailers such as Fairway Markets and Kings Food Markets. Publix Super Markets has been selling Cluck 'n Moo burgers since March. New retailers are expected to begin selling Cluck ’n Moo in time for the summer BBQ season. Retail prices for Cluck ‘n Moo range from $7.99-$8.99 per four-pack box.

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