Metro Metro: Buy One, Get One FREE Beyond Meat Burgers Until January 29 BOGO FREE Beyond Meat Burgers at Metro!

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Taste the hype and try a plant-based burger from Metro, because when you buy one package of Beyond Meat Burgers, you'll get a second one free!

Simply head to the meat section and pick any two 226g packages of Beyond Meat Burgers and the BOGO discount will automatically apply at checkout! Each package of Beyond Meat Burgers contains two patties and is regularly priced at $7.99.

Beyond Meat Burgers are pea-based and made to look, cook and taste like beef, without any GMOs, soy or gluten -- they've become incredibly popular over the past year, with fast food restaurants including A&W, McDonald's and Tim Horton's (albeit very briefly) adding the plant-based burgers to their respective menus.

This offer is available from January 23 to 29 at participating Metro stores in Canada -- click here to find the location nearest you.

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    • Comes down to $2 a burger patty. Pretty good deal.
      In comparison 20$ for 8 at Costco comes to 2.50 a patty, so many Beyond deals already this year.
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    • I wasn't able to find the sale in QC :(
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    • Thanks. I'm glad to see these are going on sale more often. I'm an unapologetic meat eater but I like these Beyond Burgers,

      Now, they've got to work to get these down to $1.50 a patty to get them competitive. Regular price of $4 a patty is completely insane.
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    • DiceMan wrote: Thanks. I'm glad to see these are going on sale more often. I'm an unapologetic meat eater but I like these Beyond Burgers,

      Now, they've got to work to get these down to $1.50 a patty to get them competitive. Regular price of $4 a patty is completely insane.
      As a comparison, the LightLife (can be had at Harvey's for a fast food option) burgers were Buy 1, Get 2 Free a couple of weeks ago at Sobeys. They were $7.99 but you got 3 packages so that comes out to around $1.33 a burger. That was a very good deal. It was also on their ground equivalent, which was $9.99.
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    • Anyone who knows what the macros are per patty?
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    • What is the best way to cook these? Same as regular burger?
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    • roleless wrote: What is the best way to cook these? Same as regular burger?
      I like them cooked on the grill more than any other method, but a hot skillet definitely works. They can get a nice char/crust on them which makes them substantially better (and I already like them). If you can't do a high heat sear, you might be disappointed- I find it's why I like these much more at home than at A&W.
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    • I have problems digesting red meat, this is a very tasty alternative. i love beyond meat products, my favorite so far is probably the BEYOND MEAT BALL from subway.
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    • Lostpas wrote: PSA: consumption of seed oils (canola, palm, soybean, vegetable) are one of the leading causes of cardiovascular issues in late age. Do your best to avoid them.
      While not optimal, these unsaturated oils are much better than saturated/animal fat, and especially trans fat.
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    • acstar42 wrote:
      WTF?!?!?!

      113g for 20g protein AND 270cal????? Jebus...........

      Lean ground beef 100g 21g protein and whopping 140cal.
      So if you are not vegan, you can have a 1/4lbs burger for the same calories but also twice the protein. Yet again I fail to see why NON vegans buy this stuff.
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    • cRaZyRaVr wrote: WTF?!?!?!

      113g for 20g protein AND 270cal????? Jebus...........

      Lean ground beef 100g 21g protein and whopping 140cal.
      So if you are not vegan, you can have a 1/4lbs burger for the same calories but also twice the protein. Yet again I fail to see why NON vegans buy this stuff.
      Bought it just to try it out vs. A&W Beyond Meat Burger that I tried when it came out.

      The taste is pretty good, but yeah it's highly processed and not great for you. However, I do see the appeal, especially if prices can come down a bit.
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    • I just did a thread cleanup. Stick to discussing the actual deal or refrain from posting. Infractions are being handed out for threadcrapping.
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    • cRaZyRaVr wrote: WTF?!?!?!

      113g for 20g protein AND 270cal????? Jebus...........

      Lean ground beef 100g 21g protein and whopping 140cal.
      So if you are not vegan, you can have a 1/4lbs burger for the same calories but also twice the protein. Yet again I fail to see why NON vegans buy this stuff.
      You make a good point that some of these fake meat products plausibly may be less healthy than meat. The high sodium is also an issue as well as their highly processed nature.
      https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/be ... lant-based

      On the other hand, even putting aside the ethics of meat industry, there is plenty of evidence that eating meat isn't some healthy ideal either so offsetting that with plant based alternatives might end up heather despite the negatives. Depending whom you read, you hear different stories. Beyond meat claims its healthier but the truth is it will take long term study, on case by case basis (since each product has a unique recipe), to figure out the long term effects.
      https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/beyond ... -1.5220777

      We are of course guinea pigs but its really not any greater risk than all the other processed foods we eat. At least we now have an alternative to eating meat when we are craving meat but that still tastes like meat

      (Edits cut out some comments in hopes of appeasing moderator)
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    • lleb13 wrote: I wasn't able to find the sale in QC :(
      Ont and QC metro runs different promotions.
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