Pittsburgh’s GetGo Café + Market is First US Convenience Store to Offer Impossible Burger 

Impossible Burger 2.0
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According to CSNews.com, GetGo Café + Market is the first US convenience store chain to offer the plant-based Impossible Burger. It is now available in six GetGo Pittsburgh-area locations in Carnegie, Southside Works, Monroeville, McKnight Road in the North Hills, Robinson Crossroads and Bridgeville. 

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The plant-based protein burger has been added to its made-fresh-to-order food and beverage menu to increase trend-forward options for its on-the-go-customers. 

“We are excited to offer GetGo customers mouth-watering creations using the authentic Impossible Burger as the base, piled high with impossibly delicious flavor combinations that we customized in our GetGo test kitchen,” said GetGo Product Development Chef Tom Seaman. “Our customers are looking for more plant-based and meatless meal solutions that don’t sacrifice quality or taste, and we’re confident that our newest menu addition delivers just that.”

“I was genuinely blown away when I tasted the burger,” Seaman said. “It’s important to us that our customers know they’re getting the absolute best products that are made with the highest quality ingredients every time they order at GetGo, so as we were exploring the addition of a plant-based burger to our menu, the Impossible Burger was the only option.”

GetGo operates more than 250 locations throughout western Pennsylvania, Ohio, northern West Virginia, Maryland and Indiana.