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Meat company JBS is entering the plant-based meat market with its Planterra Foods’ brand Ozo. Available in April in grocery stores across the United States, the brand will offer Burgers, Ground Plant-Based Meat, Mexican Seasoned Ground Plant-Based Meat and Italian-Style Meatballs.

The products are made from pea and rice protein and contain 22 grams of protein per serving. The retail prices will be between $5.99 and $7.99 and the products are non-GMO and don’t contain any cholesterol.

Check out Ozo offerings on Instagram, below:

Darcey Macken, CEO of Planterra Foods said in a statement, “We can’t wait for people to try – and fall for – OZO™ this spring. We know the flavor and quality of our OZO™ products will change the current plant-based food landscape, making them a staple in consumers’ homes as a new go-to source of protein, regardless of whether meat is consumed as a regular part of one’s diet or not. It’s all about people who want to eat something that’s flavorful and also good for you and the planet. Our goal is to grow flexitarian consumption through offering a positive protein solution for everyone. Eating delicious food is one of the greatest joys in life, and Planterra is delivering protein choices that are OZO™ good.”

Ozo joins other meatless grocery store offerings like Impossible Foods, Beyond Meat and Tofurky.

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Meat Company JBS Enters Plant-Based Market with Meatless Burgers, Grounds and Meatballs
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