Sweet Earth Foods Launches Vegan Jumbo Hot Dogs

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The Sweet Earth Vegan Jumbo Hot Dogs are made using a pea and potato protein base.

Plant-based foods brand, Sweet Earth Foods, has released Vegan Jumbo Hot Dogs and has reformulated its Sweet Earth Awesome Burger 2.0.

Related: Sweet Earth Foods Adds to its Plant-Based Chik'n Flavors

Sweet Earth Vegan Jumbo Hot Dogs are made using a pea and potato protein base and can be grilled or made in a skillet.

Sweet Earth Awesome Burger 2.0 is the first plant-based burger on the market using a mix of hemp and protein from fava beans in addition to pea protein as its base. The use of these proteins allows Sweet Earth to deliver a beef-like texture while now being Non-GMO Project verified.

The new hot dogs are available now at select Ahold grocery stores in the United States including FreshDirect, with greater availability at Kroger stores in August, 2021. The suggested retail price is $6.99. 

The new burger will be available nationally this summer 2021 at Target, Whole Foods, H-E-B, Sprouts and Amazon Fresh. The suggested retail price is $5.99.

Sara Wheeler, Sweet Earth Foods general manager, said, "Our relentless approach to innovation allows us to offer consumers tasty, nutrient-diverse protein options they can feel good about incorporating into their diets. With more people eager to try delicious plant-based options, we're excited to bring an even greater variety of favorites to consumers' backyards and kitchens this summer."

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