P. Terry’s to launch veggie burgers at Whole Foods Market

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P. Terry's, owned by Patrick Terry, left, and Kathy Terry, right, seen here with employees John Sandoval and Cecilia Tovar, have launched their first retail product: frozen veggie and vegan burgers, which are available exclusively at Whole Foods Markets. Photo by Laura Skelding for the Austin American-Statesman.

P. Terry’s, owned by Patrick Terry, left, and Kathy Terry, right, seen here with employees John Sandoval and Cecilia Tovar, have launched their first retail product: frozen veggie and vegan burgers, which are available exclusively at Whole Foods Markets. Photo by Laura Skelding for the Austin American-Statesman.

P. Terry’s has been known for its better-than-average veggie burgers, and starting next weekend, you can buy them in the freezer section of Whole Foods Markets in Austin.

The store announced the exclusive new products, developed by local chef Andrew Brooks, today. The first, the P. Terry’s veggie burger, is made with brown rice, crimini mushrooms simmered in cream, black beans, oats, onions, cheddar cheese and fresh parsley. The vegan burger is made with Daiya cheddar and mozzarella-style vegan cheeses instead of the traditional cheese and cream.

The burgers ($4.99 for a pack of 4) will be available at 30 Whole Foods Markets in the Southwest region.


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