Canada-Based Modern Meat Planning a U.S. Debut in Early 2021

Dec. 22, 2020
The plant-based meat manufacturer announced it will be launching its portfolio of plant-based meat alternatives in the United States in Q1, 2021 in conjunction with Real Vision Foods of California.

Modern Meat, a plant-based meat manufacturer based out of Vancouver, British Columbia, announced this week that it will be launching its portfolio of plant-based meat alternatives in the United States in early 2021 in conjunction with Real Vision Foods (RVF) of California.

According to the announcement, products have been going through a successful testing and manufacturing scaling program. Under the co-packing agreement with RVF, the Californian based co-packer will produce up to $25 million in product depending on retail and wholesale demand for Modern Meat products in the U.S.

"We are on track and incredibly excited for our Q1 launch into the United States. Product testing and scaled manufacturing is a significant job that takes a tremendous amount of time and effort. We are pleased to say our products are in the final stages the testing and will be on track for our Q1 launch," states Tara Haddad, CEO and Founder of Modern Meat.

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