Future Farm’s plant-based products join Soul Burger Australia’s menu

Karen Pham

Karen Pham

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Soul Burger, the Australian plant-based burger chain, has teamed with Future Farm to launch a range of premium, fairly grown, non-GMO alt-meat burgers.

Future Farm is the main plant-based protein provider for Soul Burger’s four fully vegan brick-and-mortar stores. It provides meatballs, mince, burger patties, and tuna – and will soon add a sausage – all billed as having the taste and texture of the meats they mimic.

Future Farm's plant-based products join Soul Burger Australia’s menu
Source: Future Farm

Marcos Leta, Future Farm’s founder, believes customers will be astounded by how close to real meat its plant-based products taste.

Amit Tewari, founder and owner of Soul Burger, revealed the chain’s “Cheese Please” burger is the most popular among customers.

“It’s a delicious plant-based beef burger loaded with baby cos lettuce, gourmet tomato, Spanish onion, plant-based alt-cheese, Westmont pickles, tangy tomato relish, and mustard mayo,” said Tewari.

“With Future Farm now leading our plant-based meats, I imagine the Cheese Please is only going to become more popular.”

Soul Burger’s four stores are located in NSW – at Parramatta, Glebe, Newtown and Randwick.

Karen Pham

Karen Pham

Karen Pham is a marketing and branding enthusiast with a major in legal English. Based in Ho Chi Minh City, she is a contributor to Viable.Earth.