DoorDash Partners Beyond Meat To Offer Limited-edition July 4 Grilling Kits - Quick Facts

Last-mile logistics platform DoorDash (DASH) announced Monday a partnership with plant-based meat maker Beyond Meat to offer limited-edition, July 4 grilling kits to help customers host the ultimate BBQ featuring this summer's hottest grilling essential: the sizzling new Beyond Burger.

The kits are available exclusively on DoorDash for on-demand delivery from DashMart, a new type of convenience store owned, operated, and curated by DoorDash.

The convenient solution beginning July 1 will enable last minute shopping for BBQ supplies and these limited edition grilling kits, which will sell for $14.99, while supplies last, in 14 cities across the U.S.

In addition to the Beyond Burger, the grilling kits offer a custom grilling mit, apron, grilling tools, a bottle opener and a recipe card with custom dishes.

The new burger is crafted to look, cook and taste like beef while offering strong nutritional benefits such as 35% less fat, 35% less saturated fat, fewer calories and no cholesterol compared to an 80/20 ground beef burger patty.

Additional items from snacks, beverages, ice cream and more can also be purchased on-demand from DashMart to complete the gathering.

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