Noodles & Company Testing New Plant-Based Panko Chicken Made By Impossible Foods


Noodles & Company looks to add a new plant-based option to the menu with a test of new Panko Chicken made by Impossible Foods at select locations in Colorado, Oregon, and Washington.

The brand is currently featuring the new plant-based chicken option in its Orange Chicken Lo Mein dish, which they’re now calling it Impossible Orange Chicken Lo Mein. Noodles is also making the new plant-based protein option available as an addition or substitution in any dish.

Made entirely from plants, Impossible Panko Chicken has a crunchy and meaty texture, a crispy golden exterior and a juicy white interior that looks and tastes just like regular chicken. This all-new plant-based chicken contains 13 grams of protein and 0mg of cholesterol and only 2g of saturated fat per serving.

To celebrate the launch, Noodles is extending their Goodness Guarantee to the new Impossible Panko Chicken, which allows you to step out of your comfort zone without having to worry about trying something new. If you don’t like the dish you ordered, it can be exchanged for a different dish at no additional cost.

Impossible Panko Chicken can only be found for a limited time at select Noodles & Company restaurants in Colorado, Oregon, and Washington.


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