Meatless Farm has launched its first plant-based chicken product – a delicious chicken burger – into Tesco.

Meatless Fram Chicken Burger

Made with high quality natural ingredients and pea protein to recreate the texture and taste of chicken, the Meatless Farm Chicken Burger is coated with a delicious southern fried crumb – crispy on the outside, succulent on the inside, you won’t be able to taste the difference from the real deal. Perfect for a meat-free lunch or dinner.

Morten Toft Bech, Founder of Meatless Farm, says: “It’s important for us to continue to develop exciting and innovative new products to cater for a range of tastes and eating occasions. We knew our first retail chicken product had to be top notch, so after many tried and tested recipes, we’ve worked hard to ensure our chicken burger has the perfect texture and taste to make the swap from meat to plant based easier for consumers.”

About Meatless Farm

Meatless Fram Chicken BurgerMeatless Farm was founded by Danish entrepreneur Morten Toft Bech in 2016 to help reduce the world’s dependency on intensively farmed meat. He and his family had struggled to find a meat replacement that the whole family enjoyed and that wasn’t expensive. In 2018, the company launched its original fresh mince in Sainsbury’s and is now one of the UK’s fastest growing plant-based brands, available in 24 countries with major retail and foodservice partners. Meatless Farm’s products include fresh plant-based mince, sausages and burger patties which on average use 90% less land and 70-80% water to produce versus their meat counterparts. It has just won the Food and Drink Federation’s Innovation award, having previously won their Emerging Business award. More information is available at

Meatless Farm Chicken Burgers (RRP £2.75 for 2 burgers) will is now available in selected Tesco stores.

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