Greenleaf Foods, owner of plant-based brands Lightlife and Field Roast, announced its Lightlife Plant-Based Burger, Plant-Based Breakfast Links and Plant-Based Breakfast Patties are now available at select Walmart locations nationwide. The plant-based breakfast items will be sold in the refrigerated breakfast meat section, the first time the retailer will offer a plant-based option in this area of the store, and the Lightlife Plant-Based Burger will be available in the frozen aisle.
Lightlife is partnering with Canadian quick-serve restaurant chain Pizza Pizza, adding Lightlife's plant-based chicken items for the first time, including a Lightlife Plant-Based Chick’n Sandwich and Plant-Based Chick’n Bites.
Lightlife, owned by Greenleaf Foods, announced two first-of-its-kind plant-based products: Plant-Based Chicken Tenders and Plant-Based Chicken Fillets. These items are the first refrigerated, fresh, breaded plant-based chicken products that are available in the market.
Greenleaf Foods is bringing a new level of flavor exploration to the plant-based hot dog category with the launch of its Field Roast Signature Stadium Dog, a plant-based premium hot dog that is naturally smoked. It is the first plant-based hot dog to be made from pea protein, rather than soy, and will be the first plant-based hot dog to be sold alongside traditional beef dogs when it becomes available in retail stores this spring.
Plant-based brand Field Roast Grain Meat Co (“Field Roast”), owned by Greenleaf Foods, SPC, announced a bold brand redesign and a multi-year partnership with prolific chef Roy Choi. The new packaging and partnership promise to inspire culinarians to “Make Taste Happen.”
New vegan cheese products are available more than 1,000 Walmart locations.
September 17, 2020
Greenleaf Foods, owner of leading plant-based brand Field Roast Grain Meat Co. (“Field Roast”), announced that its Chao Creamery dairy-free cheese line is expanding. In addition to new plant-based slice flavors like Smoked Original Slices and Spicy Original Slices, Chao Creamery now delivers a Creamy Original Block, Creamy Original Shreds and Mexican Style Blend Shreds.
Even carnivores (62%) agree that plant-based eating has gone mainstream.
November 15, 2019
The majority of Americans (71%) believe plant-based meats are becoming more mainstream, according to new survey data released by Greenleaf Foods, SPC, the Elmhurst, Ill.-based producer of the Lightlife brand.