At Beyond Meat, we started with simple questions. Why do you need an animal to create meat? Why can't you build meat directly from plants? It turns out you can. So we did. We hope our plant-based meats allow you and your family to eat more, not less, of the traditional dishes you love, while feeling great about the health, sustainability, and animal welfare benefits of plant protein. Together, we can truly bring exciting change to the plate — and Beyond.
Removing the animal from the protein production chain simultaneously and powerfully addresses four major problems attributable to livestock.
Increased Cancer Risk1
Increased Heart Disease Risk1
Of global greenhouse gase emissions driven by livestock rearing and processing2
Animal production share of agriculture water use3
Global surface area for livestock systems4
Land animals slaughtered every year for food5
1. “Risks associated with processed meats.” Archives of Internal Medicine.
2. “Livestock & Climate Change.” Goodland &: Anhang, 2009, Worldwatch.org.
3. “A Global Assessment of the Water Footprint of Farm Animal Products.” Mekonnen &: Hoekstra, 2010.
4. “Livestock and Climate Change.” International Livestock Research Institute, 2011.
Are Taco Tuesdays a weekly ritual at your house? Are chicken pot pies a member of your family? Maybe you can't go a game day without nachos and buffalo wings. Whatever your craving is, Beyond Meat has you covered. Click below to enjoy recipes created by us and our fans and discover your favorite way to enjoy Beyond Meat for your next meal!
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