We don’t mess around when it comes to allergies, and encourage consumers with food allergies or sensitivities to review our ingredient list prior to consuming the Impossible Burger.
Here’s an overview: the Impossible Burger contains soy. It also contains coconut oil (the FDA classifies coconuts as tree nuts for food labelling purposes, but refined coconut oil is not considered an allergen). Our product does not contain dairy, eggs, fish, peanuts, shellfish, or wheat, and it’s safe for those with alpha-gal syndrome.
The Impossible Burger also contains potato protein. If you have an allergy to either raw or cooked potatoes, you should not consume the Impossible Burger.
If you're dining out, please apply the same level of caution that you would with any food and check with the restaurant about cross-contamination risks. And as always, please reach out to us with questions.
For more information about allergens, check out this blog from Dr. Sue Klapholz, M.D., Ph.D., Vice President of Nutrition and Health, Impossible Foods.