SAN FRANCISCO—The Impossible Burger, a burger made entirely from plants for people who love meat is capturing the attention of food lovers and critics. It is a veggie-burger created by Impossible Foods at the edge of the scientific frontier. The company investigates the molecular structure of food flavors and textures. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the company is opening a new factory in East Oakland, with an aim of producing 1 million pound of burgers each month.
The veggie burger is made from all-natural ingredients such as wheat, coconut oil, and potatoes. Founder and biologist Patrick Brown solved the problem by using something called heme, which is found in animal blood and plant life.
So far the famous veggie burger that bleeds from Impossible Foods is currently at only 11 restaurants. It has made a splash on the food and health industry. According to their Facebook Page on March 23, three new restaurants in San Francisco, Oakland and Palo Alto will start serving the Impossible Burgers.