According tomedia reports, the new corona virus epidemic, The Impossible Burgers joined the wave of online shopping. Now people can enjoy this plant-based burger meat at home, but only choose from one of the four packages. It is reported that these packages include frozen meat pies or can be used to make tortillas or thousands of layers of large-pack mill products.
The four packages are as follows:
Convenience package: 4 bags of 12-ounce package, priced at $50
Group set: 2 bags of 12 ounces, 10 1/4 pounds of meat pies, $60
Family package: 5 pounds pack, $65
Barbecue set: 20 1/4 pound mince pies, $70
The above price includes shipping charges for two days of delivery. Currently, Impossible Pork is not available online.
Perishable foods are different from other online food products: it needs to give people enough confidence in their safety and purity. To this, The Impossible’s packaging provides a sturdy outer box and is filled inside. In addition, a large bag of dry ice is placed on a sealed bag containing the ordered food. Although Impossible’s products are cholesterol-free, you might mind all the packaging used in them if you’re environmentally conscious. In response, the flyer in the package explains how the company will recycle all the packaging, compress or make into a non-cracking – except for plastic bags packed with dry ice.
If you want to avoid using these packages, Impossible has also announced an expansion of its coverage of supermarkets. Impossible’s burgers had only 150 stores in early 2020 and are now sold in nearly 3,000. The company said it would expand its sales to 7,500 stores by the end of 2020, which would include some of the largest chains.