EL SEGUNDO, CALIF. — Beyond Meat, Inc., is launching a new e-commerce site.

The direct-to-consumer platform features a variety of plant-based meat alternatives along with new bulk packs, mixed product bundles, limited-time offers, trial packs and more, the company said.

Available for order in the contiguous United States, the online shop provides two-day shipping for all orders. Items available on the site include:

  • Burgers & Beef Combo Pack, which features a carton of 10 Beyond Burger patties and two 1-lb packages of Beyond Beef
  • Brats & Beef Combo Pack, containing a carton of 10 Beyond Sausage Original Brat links and two 1-lb packages of Beyond Beef
  • Beef Bulk Pack, featuring six 1-lb packages of Beyond Beef
  • Breakfast Sausage Variety Pack, containing one 22-count carton of Classic Beyond Breakfast Sausage and one 22-count carton of Spicy Beyond Breakfast Sausage
  • Go Beyond Trial Pack, which features one package of Beyond Burgers, one package of Beyond Beef, one package of Beyond Sausage Original Brat and one package of Classic Beyond breakfast Sausage
  • Cookout Classic, a limited-edition pack containing two 10-count cartons of Cookout Classic Burgers.

Each order is packaged and insulated with fully recyclable materials and shipped via UPS carbon neutral shipping, Beyond Meat said. The program supports wastewater treatment and landfill gas capture projects that offset projected emissions from orders.

In early August, the company launched a new brand anthem, “What if we all go beyond,” to underscore its commitment to using food as a vehicle for change to address challenges surrounding access to healthy food options.

“The movement is built on the idea that collective actions — big and small — can affect extraordinary change on people’s health and the health of the planet,” a spokesperson for Beyond Meat said. “The launch of the company’s direct-to-consumer site is the latest effort in furthering the goal to increase accessibility to plant-based meat and supporting consumers’ journeys in finding a better way to feed the future.”