JUST Plant-Based Egg Now Available At Bryn And Danes


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Pennsylvania-based food chain Bryn and Danes is now serving vegan egg from plant-based startup JUST

The eatery has debuted its JUST Egg Breakfast Wrap in all its stores, which also features dairy-free Daiya cheese and tomato – or meat-free burger crumbles from Beyond Meat.   

‘Better for our planet’

In a statement sent to Plant Based News, Josh Tetrick, co-founder and CEO of JUST, said: “We’re thrilled to have JUST Egg on the menu at Bryn + Dane’s. Their commitment to serving delicious, healthy and accessible food is helping to redefine the fast-casual cafe experience, one that is better for our bodies and better for our planet.” 

Bryn Davis, Chief Ingredient Sourcer, Bryn + Dane’s Restaurant, added: “We are ecstatic about the opportunity to work with the JUST brand. This a company that is making a dent in the plant-based industry and we couldn’t be more honored to be making strides towards more convenient, healthy fast food with them. 

“As a fast-food brand, we are always looking for innovators in this field who share our values. The Bryn + Dane’s brand is on a mission to change the way the world eats and couldn’t be more thrilled to be making a difference alongside the JUST brand.” 

The Breakfast wrap, which is served from 6:30am – 10:45am daily, costs $8.49 for egg, tomato, and dairy-free cheese – or $9.99 for the egg, dairy-free cheese, and Beyond meat.

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