CLEVELAND, Ohio – Arby has the meat. Just don't expect them to serve the plant-based form anytime soon.
According to Food & Wine, the sandwich chain has no plans to join the list of fast food companies serving Impossible Foods & # 39; vegetarian meat substitutes.  "Unlike reports this week, Arby & # 39; s not one of the restaurant companies interested in working with Impossible Foods," Arby says in a statement to the magazine. "The chances that we will bring plant-based menu items to our restaurants now or in the future are absolutely impossible."
The answer was an article published by VegNews, which listed Arby among the fast food chains "has begun to embrace plant-based options." Subway, Dunkin, Wendys and Papa Johns were also mentioned.
But among this group, Dunkin & # 39; so far is the only company that publicly plans to investigate the addition of meat-free proteins to its menu. Subway sells a vegan patty sub in the UK, while Wendys tested a black bean burger a few years ago, but the product died and never went national.
Currently, the Cleveland area can find fast food diners impossible meat at Qboba and Wahlburgers. Burger King plans to sell Impossible Whoppers by the end of the year. Little Caesar's also tests an impossible highest pizza that could eventually come here if everything goes well.
Impossible products are made from soy leghemoglobin, or heme, a blood-like compound that gives meat its odor, sizzle and taste. B Spot was the first local restaurant to serve the plant-based burger in 201