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Saxbys Welcomes Plant-Based JUST Egg To Its Menu


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Restaurant chain Saxbys has welcomed JUST’s plant-based egg to its menu. 

The eatery’s new Plant-Powered Breakfast Sandwich comes on a toasted bagel with a house-made vegan pesto spread, ripe tomato, and JUST’s eggless ‘fluffy patty’.

Priced at $5.50, the sandwich is available in the Philadelphia area and various university campus locations.

‘Innovative and sustainable’

In a statement sent to Plant Based News, Nick Bayer, Founder and CEO of Saxbys, said: “We are always looking for new ways to introduce innovative and sustainable options to Saxbys’ menus. 

“Our brand new breakfast sandwich, in collaboration with JUST Egg, is the latest in a suite of plant-powered offerings designed to enhance the guest experience by providing delicious options for every lifestyle.”

‘Better for our planet’

Josh Tetrick, co-founder and CEO of JUST, also said to PBN: “Saxbys’ mission to ‘Make Life Better’ aligns with our own values and mission as a company to make a more just food system. 

“Their commitment to serving delicious, sustainable and healthy food is helping to redefine the café experience, one that is better for our bodies and better for our planet.”

You can order the plant-powered breakfast sandwich in-store, or through Saxbys app 

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