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San Francisco Food Banks Now Offer 100% Plant-Based 'Impossible Burger'

By Brian Spaen

Impossible Foods, one of the many food technology startups that have put plant-based meat products into the market, is teaming up with San Francisco Bay Area food banks. How so? They're donating their plant-based burgers to local food banks in their area, helping people in need get nutritious and sustainable food.

The Alameda County Community Food Bank (ACCFB) and Second Harvest, who serves people in San Mateo and Santa Clara locally, will be the food banks of choice. Beginning this week, the startup’s most popular product, the Impossible Burger, will be served at meal centers in the above counties.