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Eat the Change, a US snack company founded by Beyond Meat chairman Seth Goldman, is launching a new line of organic mushroom jerky across the US.
The mushroom jerky marks Eat the Change’s first offering, after the platform was established by Seth Goldman and chef Spike Mendelsohn to inform and empower consumers to make dietary choices aligned with climate and health.
Eat the Change makes its plant-based jerky using organic portobello and crimini mushrooms – including bruised, oversized and usually discarded stems – that are sourced from a farm in Pennsylvania.
The line comes in five chef-crafted flavours: sea sat + cracked pepper, hickory smokehouse, teriyaki ginger, maple mustard and habanero BBQ.
Each bag of mushroom jerky contains 150 calories or less, is free of artificial colours and preservatives, and is a source of vitamins B2 and B3. The snack is also USDA organic, gluten-free, soy-free and paleo.
Eat the Change also claims that its nutrient-dense snacks are minimally processed, only going through a smoking process before being packaged.
While the DTC website launched last week, Eat the Change mushroom jerky will roll out nationally into retailers from January for an RRP of $5.99 per 2oz pack.
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