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Impossible Foods
Maker of the Impossible™ Burger. Now sizzling throughout the USA, Hong Kong and Macau.
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Impossible Foods 13m
Replying to @Ethica11y_Vegan
Thanks for the support!
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Impossible Foods 25m
Talk Doddy to me. (see what I did there?)
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Replying to @JonBKlein
We can't wait to see what recipes you cook up! Stay tuned for details about our retail expansion later this year.
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Impossible Foods 1h
Replying to @betabay
Thanks so much for the support! 🍔❤️
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Replying to @HarshilBhasin
Yummy!! 😋🍔 We've got an expert here!!
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Impossible Foods 3h
Tell a friend to tell a friend: The NEW NEW Impossible™ Burger is here. Read about how our latest recipe is blowing meat eaters' minds. via
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Impossible Foods 4h
Replying to @Water_Carriers
We submitted over 1,000 pages of safety data for the FDA's review. Our extensive testing demonstrated that there were zero adverse effects from the consumption of our heme ingredient, even at levels vastly greater than any human would ever consume.
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Impossible Foods 4h
Replying to @Water_Carriers
All of our extensive safety testing demonstrated that there were zero adverse effects from the consumption of our heme ingredient. You can learn more about the extraordinary health and safety record of heme here:
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Impossible Foods 4h
Replying to @eebeyondmusic
The soy protein in the Impossible Burger is currently supplied by a non-GMO source. We made the switch because soy is a higher-quality protein, and it contributes to a firm, meaty texture. For more information:
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Impossible Foods 4h
Replying to @YuppStan
We conducted a rat feeding study as part of the extensive safety testing that was submitted to the FDA. You can learn more about this decision here:
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Impossible Foods 4h
Replying to @Water_Carriers
The Impossible Burger contains soy protein, in addition to soy leghemoglobin (a heme protein that naturally occurs in the root nodules of soy plants). You can learn more about the extraordinary health and safety record of heme here:
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Impossible Foods 4h
Replying to @Water_Carriers
Heme proteins occur naturally in every animal and plant, and have been part of the daily diet of every human being since the dawn of humanity. We received a no-questions letter from the FDA affirming the safety of our heme protein, soy leghemoglobin:
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Impossible Foods 15h
Replying to @peds_ed_doc
We appreciate your support! Check out to find our new recipe near you using our special locator. And if there’s not one nearby, no worries! Most restaurants will be serving up our new recipe by March 2019 👍🍔
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Impossible Foods 15h
Replying to @ThatGuy_London
We'd can't wait to hear what you think about it! Check out to find our new recipe near you using our special locator. And if there’s not one nearby, no worries! Most restaurants will be serving up our new recipe by March 2019 👍🍔
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Impossible Foods 15h
Replying to @Peptidome
We're happy you enjoyed it! Every kitchen prepares the Impossible Burger differently. If you haven't already, we'd encourage you to also share your feedback with the restaurant's team. 👍
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Impossible Foods 15h
Replying to @ByronMurphy8
We appreciate your recommendations! Stay tuned - the Impossible Burger is only the beginning 🤔🍔
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Impossible Foods 16h
Replying to @SDawson73
We're happy to hear that! Let us know what you think once you get a chance to try it 😋
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Impossible Foods 17h
Replying to @TheHubbyDaddy
We made the Impossible Burger to look, cook and taste like 80/20 ground beef 👍
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Impossible Foods 17h
Replying to @RuckusJones
Woo! We’re feelin’ the 🍔❤️
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Impossible Foods 19h
Berder sounds too much like "Birther". We good.
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