Would you trade out your normal burger for a Beyond Meat (BYND) Burger? 

TheStreet conducted a Beyond Meat burger taste test to better understand the hype that this company has seen since it went public on May 2. 

It has been one of the most successful IPO's of 2019, which is saying something when taking a look at Lyft (LYFT) , Uber (UBER) and Pinterest's (PINS) IPO's. The company originally priced at $25, but the first trade was $46. 

Beyond has been riding the waves ever since -- its 52-week high is a whopping $96.

However, unlike Beyond's chief competitor--Impossible Foods--the company doesn't have a whole lot of partnerships. 

Impossible, on the other hand, has announced partnerships with Burger King (QSR - Get Report) , and Little Caesar's. 

And, ahead of Memorial Day, don't you want to know if it's time to sub out those boring black bean burgers for a Beyond Burger? 

Watch to see what TheStreet thinks. 

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