Wawa Adds Plant-Based Breakfast Sandwich

    Industry News | July 31, 2020
    Wawa breakfast sandwich.
    Wawa
    Made with simple, plant-based ingredients, like peas and brown rice, without GMOs, soy, gluten or artificially produced ingredients, Beyond Breakfast Sausage is available as part of a Sizzli breakfast sandwich served with egg and cheese on a bagel.

    Wawa, Inc. announced the addition of a new plant-based Sizzli Breakfast Sandwich made with Beyond Breakfast Sausage from Beyond Meat. The new Sizzli sandwich featuring Beyond Breakfast Sausage is now available in all 650 stores in its Mid-Atlantic Operating area of PA, NJ, DE, MD, VA and Washington, D.C., and will be available in all 220 stores in Florida starting on Monday, August 10.

    Made with simple, plant-based ingredients, like peas and brown rice, without GMOs, soy, gluten or artificially produced ingredients, Beyond Breakfast Sausage is available as part of a Sizzli breakfast sandwich served with egg and cheese on a bagel. Beyond Breakfast Sausage is also available to order and customize on the touch screen system in other menu items including breakfast bowls, built to order bagel sandwiches and breakfast burritos.

    “We’re pleased to offer Beyond Breakfast Sausage, a new and innovative plant-based protein option to our customers to continue Fulfilling Lives as a food and beverage destination for everyone,” says Mike Sherlock, Chief Product Marketing Officer. “We know that consumers are looking for more plant-based options and we’re proud to partner with Beyond Meat®, a leader in plant-based meat, to offer our customers more choice through the Wawa Your Way initiative.”

    “Wawa is a cult favorite brand and we’re excited to partner with them to introduce several new breakfast options made with Beyond Breakfast Sausage. These new on-the-go options not only taste great, but will make plant-based meat more accessible to more consumers,” says Chuck Muth, Chief Growth Officer, Beyond Meat.

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