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Here's where you can actually find Beyond Meat

Heidi Chung
Reporter
Yahoo Finance/David Foster

The hype surrounding Beyond Meat (BYND) has skyrocketed following its hot IPO last month.

Shares of the El Segundo, California-based company have been on a meteoric rise since debuting on the public market in May. Wall Street and investors have been in awe as the stock soared 300% since its IPO and outperformed the broader market. The S&P 500 has fallen 3% in the same time period. Furthermore, Barclays estimates that the alternative meat market is set to reach $140 billion in the next decade, according to a May 22 note.

But as mainstream USA begins to digest the alternative-meat space, many are left wondering where they can find Beyond Meat products. For those on the hunt for the burger patties, sausages and beef crumbles, here’s where you can go to taste-test the latest food craze, according to the company.

Grocery stores:

Giant Food

Safeway

Natural Grocers

Jewel-Osco

Food Lion

Mariano’s

Harris Teeter, which is owned by Kroger (KR)

Restaurants:

TGI Friday’s

BurgerFi

Bareburger

Veggie Grill

Carl’s Jr.

A&W Restaurants

Del Taco (TACO)

In addition to the grocery stores and restaurants listed above, Beyond Meat also provides a nifty locator tool on its website, where you can type in your zip code and track down the nearest Beyond Meat product.

The plant-based protein maker will be releasing its first quarterly earnings report since becoming a public company after the closing bell Thursday.

Heidi Chung is a reporter at Yahoo Finance. Follow her on Twitter: @heidi_chung.

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