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ImpossibleTM Meatballs Made From Plants

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PRODUCT DETAILS

Ingredients: Water, Soy Protein Concentrate, Sunflower Oil, Coconut Oil, 2% Or Less Of: Methylcellulose, Dried Onion, Dried Garlic, Soy Protein Isolate, Yeast Extract, Natural Flavors, Spices, Food Starch Modified, Cultured Dextrose, Salt, Soy Leghemoglobin, Citric Acid, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Mixed Tocopherols (Antioxidant), L-tryptophan

Vitamins and Minerals: Zinc Gluconate, Niacin (Vitamin B3), Thiamine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B1), Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), Vitamin B12

Meatballs are set in soybean oil

Contains: Soy

(Made From Plants)

Delicious Meatballs Without The Meat

Impossible™ Meatballs Made From Plants, Homestyle are juicy, flavorful and ready to heat and eat. Made with a savory homestyle seasoning, these plant-based meatballs are gluten-free, have 12g of protein per serving, 0mg of cholesterol (14g of total fat and 3.5g saturated fat per serving), contain no animal hormones or antibiotics, and have 25% less sodium¹ compared to leading animal homestyle meatballs. Plus, they're way better for the planet than meatballs made from animals, so you can feel good about eating them in pasta, beef with broccoli, Swedish dishes...the possibilities are endless!

¹ The leading animal homestyle meatballs contain 590mg of sodium while Impossible Meatballs Made From Plants, Homestyle contain 440mg of sodium per 85g serving.

Impossible meatballs laid out on a cutting board, cooked golden brown

(Your Impact)

JOIN THE MOVEMENT.
SAVE THE PLANET.

Eating Impossible Meatballs instead of meatballs from animals vastly reduces your environmental footprint. Check out how every choice adds up below:

*Impossible Foods Life Cycle Assessment of Impossible Burger, Amendment for Impossible Beef and Impossible Meatballs, ISO compliant; WSP, 2022.

88%

LESS LAND

87%

LESS WATER

85%

LESS GHG EMISSIONS

(WHAT’S INSIDE)

HOW DO WE GET OUR MEATBALLS SO JUICY?

We took the meaty texture and juicy flavor from our award-winning best sellers and combined them to create irresistibly delicious, nutrient-rich and gluten-free fully-cooked meatballs. Soy protein delivers essential nutrition. The molecule heme is key to our meatballs’ unmistakable flavor while coconut and sunflower oils give a juicy sizzle. Methylcellulose (a culinary binder commonly found in ice cream, sauces, and jams) and food starch bring everything together.

Impossible homestyle meatball on a fork with a pink background

Get to Know US

WHAT ARE IMPOSSIBLE MEATBALLS?

Impossible Meatballs are mouthwatering meatballs made from plants. They have the taste and texture you know and love from conventional animal ground meatballs, but are made without animal hormones or antibiotics.

WHERE CAN I BUY IMPOSSIBLE MEATBALLS?

We’ve launched Impossible Meatballs at select restaurants in the United States. Check out ourstore locator(opens in a new tab) to find the restaurant nearest you serving Impossible Meatballs. If we’re not in your neighborhood yet, hang tight -- we’re growing fast! Be sure to join our mailing list (it’s the bright blue sign-up bar at the bottom of our homepage) to be the first to know when we announce our next store locations.

WHAT ARE IMPOSSIBLE MEATBALLS MADE OF?

Impossible Meatballs contain ingredients you know and love, like soy protein, sunflower oil and coconut oil as well as vitamins and nutrients. We also add our rockstar ingredient heme(opens in a new tab) for that unmistakably meaty taste.

IS THERE GLUTEN IN IMPOSSIBLE MEATBALLS?

No, Impossible Meatballs are gluten-free!

HOW DO IMPOSSIBLE MEATBALLS COMPARE TO ANIMAL MEATBALLS NUTRITIONALLY?

Impossible Meatballs have 0mg cholesterol (14g total fat and 3.5g saturated fat per serving), no animal hormones and 25% less sodium compared to the leading animal homestyle meatball* — plus, they have 12g protein per 85g serving. 

*The leading homestyle animal meatballs contain 590 mg sodium while Impossible Meatballs Made From Plants contain 440mg sodium per 85g serving.

MORE QUESTIONS?

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