Fuddruckers debuts new plant-based menus featuring Meatless Farm

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Founded in 1980, Fuddruckers Restaurants is debuting its new and exclusive combo menus at 14 Fuddruckers venues, in collaboration with plant-based companies such as Meatless Farm

And in its ambition to maintain the company’s high standards of quality and flavour, Fuddruckers has worked closely with industry-leading plant-based food providers, such as Meatless Farm, in the development of these new meals. 

Nicholas Perkins, Fuddruckers Chief Executive Officer commented: “Fuddruckers mission has always been to inspire guests to build their own World’s Greatest Hamburgers and experience by delivering uncompromising quality and in-your-face freshness. For the first time ever, we are proud to enhance our commitment by extending plant-based healthy options for customers.”

Fuddruckers venues

Specific venues where the new Fuddrucker menus can be found include Houston: 2400B South MacGregor Way, Houston: 7250 Highway 6 North, Houston: 3929 Southwest Freeway, Houston: 13010 North West Freeway, Kingwood: 4360 Kingwood Drive, Stafford: 11445 Fountain Lake Drive and Tomball: 8510 Creekside Forest Drive in Texas

Glendale: 7704 West Bell Road, Mesa: 6455 E. Southern Avenue, Phoenix: 8941 North Black Canyon Highway and Tempe: 7470 S. Priest Drive in Arizona

Kansas City: 1705 Village West Parkway in Kansas

St. Louis: 10752 Sunset Hill Plaza in Missouri

Woodbridge: 14000 Foulger Square in Virginia

Meatless Farm Menus 

As part of Fuddrucker’s new menu, guests can try the Meatless Chicken Cutlet which features Meatless Farms Plant-Based Chik’n Cutlets, held in a freshly baked, vegan-friendly bun and topped with your choice of extras such as plant-based cheeses and bacon. 

This choice is available on the a la carte menu or in a combination with french fries and a drink. 

This latest collaboration for Meatless Farm, comes shortly after the news of a partnership with Pret a Manger in the creation of the Meatless Meatball Wrap.

Following the Pret agreement, Morten Toft Bech, Meatless Farm Founder commented:  “As plant-based menu items continue to grow in popularity, we are excited to work with Pret A Manger US to launch their first ever vegan, meat-alternative item on their Hot menu. More consumers are increasingly aware of how meat consumption impacts the planet and this partnership allows them to enjoy fresh, high quality plant-based food that tastes amazing while helping to protect not only their health, but the environment too.”

Alice Soule
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