LOS ANGELES — Don Lee Farms plans to sell its Organic Plant-Based Burger in 15 countries, according to a company announcement. The burger will be sold in frozen food sections.
The plant-based burger is made with beans and seeds, contains beet juice and is certified organic, vegan, non-GMO and gluten free. Don Lee Farms said it is the only burger in its category to qualify for the organic seal certified by the USDA.
“We are thrilled to be introducing these organic burgers for the first time to a global audience,” said Donald Goodman, president of Don Lee Farms. We have made it our goal to bring our Organic Plant-Based Burger, along with our other popular plant-based and meat proteins, to more people than ever before.”
The company said it plans to sell the product in Europe, South America and the Caribbean.
As we expand beyond our borders and continue our family tradition of innovation, we will continue to roll out items that bring sustainable choices to a global consumer,” said Danny Goodman who works in development for Don Lee Farms.
The plant-based burger is currently available at Costco, Wegmans, HEB, Stater Bros, Tops, Stop & Shop and markets across the US. They have also started selling on Amazon’s Treasure Truck.
Don Lee Farms produces meat, vegetarian and plant-based foods for retail, club, foodservice and school foodservice customers. Consumer products are sold at Costco, Whole Foods Markets and Walmart under the Don Lee Farms label, private brands and under brands of their partners.