Vegan Jamaican patties made by iconic New York Metropolis-based chain Golden Krust lately started rolling out at 1,000 retailers throughout the East Coast, with a bigger retail distribution deliberate for coming months. The brand new patties are made in partnership with Past Meat and have the vegan model’s Past Beef in two flavors of the Jamaican hand-held pastry: Spicy and Delicate.
In February, the chain first tested the vegan patties—made utilizing Golden Krust’s 30-year-old secret household recipe—at choose places in Boston, MA; Hartford, OH; New York Metropolis, NY; and Toronto, Canada. “We’re proud to associate with Past Meat to provide a plant-based protein patty with all of the heritage of our Jamaican household recipe,” Haywood Hawthorne, President of Retail at Golden Krust, stated. “We’re excited to share this innovation with shoppers in search of plant-based protein choices and nonetheless anticipate the genuine style our followers love.”
Along with the retail launch, Golden Krust has made the vegan Past Beef-filled patties obtainable at 100 of its restaurant places. “We’re excited to associate with Golden Krust and respect their belief in us to ship scrumptious plant-based protein choices to their loyal prospects,” Tim Smith, Vice President of Foodservice Gross sales in North America at Past Meat, stated. “Golden Krust is bringing plant-based protein to the market in a brand new and completely different manner, which is thrilling for us at Past Meat.”
Golden Krust merchandise are at present distributed at 25,000 retail factors of sale in North America, together with Kroger, Walmart, and Costco.