Introducing our brand new line of plant-based burgers - Actual Veggies! Unlike many imitations, these patties actually contain whole vegetables like beets, sweet potatoes, broccoli, spinach, and kale, along with natural binding agents (no additives) and NO GMOs or preservatives. You'll find FOUR distinctive yet equally wholesome options: Purple, Orange, Green & Black. Each has its unique signature but share some key things in common such as high fiber content, impressive protein profile, and richness in vitamins. Preparation possibilities include BBQing, sautéing, oven-roasting, etc. Serve them up however you prefer, with your go-to fixings & condiments. Try 'em out next time you want a meatless meal that truly satisfies! To try them out at no cost, follow the link below.
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