Impossible Chicken Nuggets Are ‘Even More Convincing Than the Burger’

A new vegan chicken nugget from Impossible Foods is the latest in a string of high-profile faux poultry products. Can it rule the roost?
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • September 8, 2021
Shots fired! After conquering the meatless burger landscape, Impossible Foods is now entering the so-called vegan-chicken wars. In September, the Silicon Valley company released its Impossible Chicken Nuggets, available in Los Angeles at the...
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