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Bareburger, Umami Burger expand Impossible Burger offerings

Casual dining chains make meatless burger available in more locations

Coastal casual dining burger chains Bareburger and Umami Burger have made the manufactured meatless Impossible Burger available at more of their locations.

Bareburger has extended its offer to six restaurants in the New York City area, after a successful test at a single unit in March, and Umami Burger has brought the burger to four San Francisco Bay Area locations after launching it at its nine Los Angeles locations in the spring.

The New York City-based, casual-dining burger

Correction: July 21, 2017
This story has been updated with information about Umami Burger’s expansion of its Impossible Burger offering.

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