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Abbot’s Butcher Expands Distribution To Three Major Retailers

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Costa Mesa, California-based Abbot’s Butcher has expanded its distribution at Target, with the retailer carrying Abbot’s Butcher’s “Chorizo” at 1,215 stores nationwide. 

Additionally, Abbot’s Butcher can now be found in 159 The Fresh Market stores and 73 Fresh Thyme stores with its portfolio of plant-based products, including “Chorizo,” Ground “Beef” and Chopped Chick’n.

Kerry Song, founder and CEO, said the company wants to “give more people access to our delicious plant-based meats that are crafted with exceptional ingredients, never a trace of additives, natural flavors, soy or canola.”

“Our products are everyday essentials that fit seamlessly into daily routines, so you can enjoy your favorite recipes – made plant-based,” Song said.

Abbot’s has seen a 700 percent sales growth in the natural channel over the past year and is projecting to triple that growth in 2022 in part due to retail expansions.

“I’m proud of our team and the rapid growth we’ve accomplished in a short time. We have shown that consumer demand is high for simple, clean and wholesome plant-based meats from the double-digit velocity growth we’ve seen over the last year at Whole Foods Market,” Song said. “We’re just getting started, and I couldn’t be more confident about the future.”

Abbot’s Butcher is helping lead the next generation of plant-based meats that are crafted with simple, wholesome ingredients that benefit health. Each are non-GMO Project Verified, vegan-certified, Whole30 approved and are free from soy, gluten, canola oil or additives. Each item retails for $7.99.

Abbot’s Butcher offers a variety of protein alternatives made from simple ingredients. Founded in 2017, the company grew out of farmers’ markets across Southern California and has since expanded into grocers, markets and restaurants throughout the country. The women-owned company is a member of the Plant-Based Foods Association. 

For more information, visit abbotsbutcher.com.

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