First Organic Raw Plant-Based Burger

The burger 'bleeds' organic beet juice

Plant Burger

LOS ANGELES--Don Lee Farms, a family food company based in California, is the first to produce and nationally distribute organic, plant-based raw burgers.

The burger “bleeds” organic beet juice and sizzles on the grill from organic vegetable-based fats just like beef.

The breakthrough raw burger, made with beans and seeds, is certified organic, vegan, non-GMO and gluten-free.

The burger is free from artificial ingredients or preservatives.

“We have been a supplier of plant-based proteins for many years, and as the leading manufacturer of organic veggie burgers in the country, we are excited to introduce another plant-based burger,” said Donald Goodman, President, Don Lee Farms. “Our customers are looking for an alternative to a raw beef burger and we responded with a healthier approach — making a burger with organic plants. We challenge everyone to look at the ingredients found in other plant-based raw burgers currently being sold, you would be surprised.”

For decades, Don Lee Farms has manufactured a variety of vegetarian and plant-based foods served in restaurants and sold to national retail markets, including Costco Wholesale and Whole Foods Markets.

They have been an industry leader in large-scale manufacturing of burgers since Donald launched the company with a single burger former in 1982. Today, they continue a second and third-generation family tradition of food innovation.

The new Organic Plant-Based Raw Burgers will be available at your local club store and market. Fully cook to 165° on a grill or skillet and enjoy.

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