The giant coffee chain said the Impossible sausage, egg and cheddar sandwich was now available at a majority of its roughly 15,000 U.S. restaurants.
Beyond Meat reached a partnership earlier this year to have its products in Starbucks locations in China, the company's first entry into the Chinese market.
Beyond Meat and Starbucks also have a deal in Canada.
“Starbucks works with a variety of suppliers around the globe,” a spokeswoman told Bloomberg when asked why the company chose Impossible Foods as its U.S. supplier.
“We’re pleased to add the Impossible Breakfast Sandwich, made with Impossible plant-based sausage, to Starbucks menu in the U.S., to meet the growing customer-interest in plant-based options” said Michael Kobori, chief sustainability officer at Starbucks. “Over the years, in response to customer interest, we have added plant-based milk alternatives such as soy, coconut, almond, and oat milk. We are thrilled to expand our plant-based menu into food with this new breakfast sandwich.”
Impossible Foods' agreement with Starbucks follows last year's partnership with Burger King.
“Starbucks’ commitment to add more plant-based ingredients to its menu is a new benchmark for large corporations,” said Patrick O. Brown, founder and CEO of Impossible Foods. “Impossible Foods is making plant-based foods that deliver unrivaled taste, nutrition and convenience. We’re excited to work with Starbucks, which shares our mission to make the global food system sustainable.”