Impossible Burger at 7-Eleven

7 Eleven Impossible Burger - storefrontImage credit: Impossible Foods

While 7-Eleven isn’t new to collaborations and delicious ready-to-eat meals, Singaporean’s favourite neighbourhood convenience shop is now also catching on to the plant-based meat trend. From 26 May 2021, the chain in Singapore will be the first in Asia to bring in a new Impossible Burger to more than 300 of its outlets islandwide. 

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Closely collaborating with 7-Eleven, the 7-Select Impossible Deluxe Burger ($5.90) was crafted using the recipe from 7-Eleven’s in-house chef. The ready-to-eat burger will come with vegan-friendly ingredients such as sauteed white button mushrooms and garden-fresh spinach, flavoured by dashes of sour cream sauce. 

7 Eleven Impossible Burger - Frozen foods
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This new Impossible Burger will be part of 7-Eleven’s well known ready-to-eat range that has been the lifeline of many busy students and professionals. With easy steps to follow, the burger can be prepared under a minute using their readily available microwave in-stores. Not only will the burger be sold under $6 for the first time, you will also have an option to complete the meal with their Saver Combo ($7), which gets you a bottle of Glaceau Vitamin Water along with your burger.

If you have not been keeping up with the latest obsession with plant-based meat, Impossible Foods has been at the forefront of this movement with their products. Their plant-based meat is known to closely look and taste like ground beef, but is completely made from plants.

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Being made in a more sustainable way, they are made with 96% less land, 87% less water and produces 89% less greenhouse gases than beef from cows—it’s not hard to see why it has been a trailblazer in the sustainability movement. 

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Feature image adapted from Impossible Foods.

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