Impossible Foods partners with DOT Foods

by MEAT+POULTRY Staff
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The deal makes the Impossible Burger available through nine regional warehouses serving all 50 states.
 
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – Impossible Foods has opened a new sales channel through a partnership with Mt. Sterling, Illinois-based food redistributor, DOT Foods. DOT will provide Impossible Foods a national sales network with nine distribution centers serving all 50 states. Deliveries of the Impossible Burger are set to begin nationwide on Jan. 2, 2018.

DOT’s comprehensive, nationwide network will make it easier for high-volume, regional chain and mom and pop restaurants to order and serve the Impossible Burger in response to local demand.

“The Impossible Burger is that rare menu item that excites customers and generates lines around the block, a real differentiator in America’s highly competitive restaurant sector,” said Impossible Foods’ new senior vice president of sales, Stephanie Lind. “We want to make it as easy as possible for restaurants to get the Impossible Burger, and that means working with the most trusted, reputable distributors in the food industry.”

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