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Jack & Annie's unveils new plant-based chicken

September 20, 2022

Jack & Annie's, a rising star in the alternative meat category, has launched three new frozen food products made from the real plant that's naturally meaty, jackfruit. New Crispy Jack Patties, Buffalo Jack Patties, and Crispy Gluten-Free Jack Tenders join the Jack & Annie's family, with the same flavors that have made the brand a fan-favorite among plant-based and meat-eaters alike. These new items are available now in grocery store freezers nationwide in the USA.

"Our fans continue to ask for more chicken options, and we're excited to meet their needs with these three new additions," commented Annie Ryu, CEO & Founder of Jack & Annie's. "By using jackfruit as our number one ingredient, we're able to make foods that not only satisfy like meat, but that also are a good source of fiber and protein, lower in fat and calories than meat products, and simpler and less processed compared to other meat alternatives. Jackfruit has a naturally meaty texture, and also picks up flavors well, allowing for a versatile and delicious tasting experience."

Demand for plant-based chicken options continues to rise, as a growing number of consumers explore a 'flexitarian' diet, looking to reduce their meat consumption. Jack & Annie's boldly stands out among other meat alternatives because its foods are made primarily from jackfruit, a naturally delicious and nutrient-dense plant that is known for its meaty texture and satisfying taste. The result is crave-worthy foods that are both delicious and good for the planet because jackfruit is a sustainable and regenerative crop.

Jack & Annie's new foods are available now at grocers nationwide, including Sprouts, HEB, Wegmans, Publix, Giant, and Stop & Shop.

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