Many stores across Canada have been launching plant-based products lately and Canadians are loving it. Now, another major Canadian chain is following suit. President's Choice has now released new plant-based products that will be sold in grocery stores across the country.
Recently, fast food chains have been getting in on the plant-based trend, such as A&W with their Beyond Meat burgers and Tim Hortons with their new Beyond Meat breakfast menu. Now, Canadians have a new plant-based alternative they can choose from that is available in grocery stores.
Just in time for summer, President's Choice has launched an all new plant-based collection. You'll be able to enjoy plant-based burgers, vegan cheesecakes and more! Some products are already available in grocery stores across the country.
So where can you find these new PC plant-based products? They are now being sold at stores across Canada where President's Choice products are available, such as your local Loblaws, Real Canadian Superstore and No Frills locations, according to a news release sent to Narcity.
The following products launched this past long weekend and are now widely available in stores. Here's what you can expect, according to the news release:
"PC® Vegan Cheesecake: Plant-based takes on dessert, this delicious vegan cheesecake is a custom blend of dairy-free cream cheese and sour cream made from a white bean base.
PC® Undeniable Plant Based Burger: This 100% pea protein burger contains 20g of protein. The taste, texture and flavour are delicious. This burger is a Must-Try for the grill for those interested in more plant-based BBQ options.
PC® Roasted Red Pepper Cashew Dip: This dip is 100% cashew based and one of the first vegan plant-based dips to launch in Canada. Also available in Original and Cucumber & Dill."
Not only this, but President's Choice will be releasing even more plant-based and vegan products later this summer in mid-June.
Later on this summer, you'll also be able to buy plant-based products like plant-based mayo, chickenless breasts, chickenless breaded cutlets, chickenless breaded strips. Those items will be launched in stores around mid-June, so the countdown is on.
It gets even better! These plant-based products will be offered for affordable prices, so there's no reason not to try them. For instance, the pack of burgers will cost $9.98, and you'll get four patties, which mean each burger will only cost you around $2.50.
So if you're looking to have a plant-based meal tonight, you know which grocery store to hit up.