Kyrie Irving

20 Mar 19
Sports Cappers Picks

Looking for Boston Celtics vs. Philadelphia 76ers free NBA picks & NBA odds? NBA betting sees the Celtics taking on the 76ers on Wednesday March 20, 2019 at the Well Fargo Center. Cappers Picks provides complimentary expert handicapping picks on all NBA basketball matchups so stay tuned for more…

20 Mar 19
Celtics Wire

The Boston Celtics may very well have to hold onto Terry Rozier this offseason.

20 Mar 19
The Sports Daily

The NBA is one of the most watched leagues not only in the USA but all over the world. It is a platform where the best elite basketball players gather to battle it out for the title. Although no team is 100% guaranteed to win the title, it is what makes the game quite fun. […]

20 Mar 19
RMN Networks

Pasok na sa NBA Playoffs ang koponan ng Denver Nuggets matapos matalo ang Boston Celtics sa iskor na 114 – 105. Malaking tulong ang nagawa ni Nikola Jokic para manalo ang Nuggets matapos humataw ng 21 points at13 rebound. Bagaman at nakakuha ng 30 points si Kyrie Irving at 20 points naman para Kay Al […]

20 Mar 19
Orange County Register
Del Taco will roll out its meat-free Beyond Tacos to the entire chain in coming weeks, its leaders announced to investors Monday. Beyond Tacos are made with Beyond Meat, a plant-based alternative to beef. The Lake Forest-based chain began testing the tacos in early December at five locations in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties as well as a big chunk of San Diego County. Since then, a lot has happened in the plant-based protein world. Beyond Meat began partnering with Carl’s Jr. on Beyond Famous Stars and other burgers. Beyond Meat and its competitor Impossible Foods launched 2.0 versions of their burgers, said to cook and taste better than earlier versions. Beyond Meat picked up some investors from the sports world, including Kyrie Irving, basketball player with the Boston Celtics, and skier Lindsey Vonn. Pro skateboarder Tony Hawk ate an Impossible Burger on an episode of “The Burger Show.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Beyond Meat began selling a ground beef substitute in grocery stores in addition to its burger patties. Del Taco claims to be the first chain specializing in Mexican food to offer Beyond “crumbles” as an alternative to ground beef. Chronic Tacos, based in Aliso Viejo, recently announced a partnership and now serves Beyond at most of its locations. Del Taco is using plant-based protein to boost its loyalty program. The Beyond Tacos page on its website encourages visitors to enroll in its e-club. John D. Cappasola, president and chief executive officer said the rollout would “come toward the back end of April” in Monday’s fourth quarter investors conference call. “The consumer opportunity is immense and exciting,” he said. “There is no one else doing it in our category at the price point we plan to offer.” At test stores, the Beyond Taco cost $2.49, a dollar more than tacos made with ground beef or turkey. Beyond and Impossible products typically cost more than meat. They appeal to carnivores who want to reduce their meat consumption for health reasons or out of concern for the planet. Plant-based protein companies say their products require fewer resources to produce and that cattle are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. Del Taco makes two Beyond Tacos. The vegetarian version includes cheese, while a vegan taco is made with avocado.
20 Mar 19
Press Telegram
Del Taco will roll out its meat-free Beyond Tacos to the entire chain in coming weeks, its leaders announced to investors Monday. Beyond Tacos are made with Beyond Meat, a plant-based alternative to beef. The Lake Forest-based chain began testing the tacos in early December at five locations in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties as well as a big chunk of San Diego County. Since then, a lot has happened in the plant-based protein world. Beyond Meat began partnering with Carl’s Jr. on Beyond Famous Stars and other burgers. Beyond Meat and its competitor Impossible Foods launched 2.0 versions of their burgers, said to cook and taste better than earlier versions. Beyond Meat picked up some investors from the sports world, including Kyrie Irving, basketball player with the Boston Celtics, and skier Lindsey Vonn. Pro skateboarder Tony Hawk ate an Impossible Burger on an episode of “The Burger Show.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Beyond Meat began selling a ground beef substitute in grocery stores in addition to its burger patties. Del Taco claims to be the first chain specializing in Mexican food to offer Beyond “crumbles” as an alternative to ground beef. Chronic Tacos, based in Aliso Viejo, recently announced a partnership and now serves Beyond at most of its locations. Del Taco is using plant-based protein to boost its loyalty program. The Beyond Tacos page on its website encourages visitors to enroll in its e-club. John D. Cappasola, president and chief executive officer said the rollout would “come toward the back end of April” in Monday’s fourth quarter investors conference call. “The consumer opportunity is immense and exciting,” he said. “There is no one else doing it in our category at the price point we plan to offer.” At test stores, the Beyond Taco cost $2.49, a dollar more than tacos made with ground beef or turkey. Beyond and Impossible products typically cost more than meat. They appeal to carnivores who want to reduce their meat consumption for health reasons or out of concern for the planet. Plant-based protein companies say their products require fewer resources to produce and that cattle are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. Del Taco makes two Beyond Tacos. The vegetarian version includes cheese, while a vegan taco is made with avocado.
20 Mar 19
Whittier Daily News
Del Taco will roll out its meat-free Beyond Tacos to the entire chain in coming weeks, its leaders announced to investors Monday. Beyond Tacos are made with Beyond Meat, a plant-based alternative to beef. The Lake Forest-based chain began testing the tacos in early December at five locations in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties as well as a big chunk of San Diego County. Since then, a lot has happened in the plant-based protein world. Beyond Meat began partnering with Carl’s Jr. on Beyond Famous Stars and other burgers. Beyond Meat and its competitor Impossible Foods launched 2.0 versions of their burgers, said to cook and taste better than earlier versions. Beyond Meat picked up some investors from the sports world, including Kyrie Irving, basketball player with the Boston Celtics, and skier Lindsey Vonn. Pro skateboarder Tony Hawk ate an Impossible Burger on an episode of “The Burger Show.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Beyond Meat began selling a ground beef substitute in grocery stores in addition to its burger patties. Del Taco claims to be the first chain specializing in Mexican food to offer Beyond “crumbles” as an alternative to ground beef. Chronic Tacos, based in Aliso Viejo, recently announced a partnership and now serves Beyond at most of its locations. Del Taco is using plant-based protein to boost its loyalty program. The Beyond Tacos page on its website encourages visitors to enroll in its e-club. John D. Cappasola, president and chief executive officer said the rollout would “come toward the back end of April” in Monday’s fourth quarter investors conference call. “The consumer opportunity is immense and exciting,” he said. “There is no one else doing it in our category at the price point we plan to offer.” At test stores, the Beyond Taco cost $2.49, a dollar more than tacos made with ground beef or turkey. Beyond and Impossible products typically cost more than meat. They appeal to carnivores who want to reduce their meat consumption for health reasons or out of concern for the planet. Plant-based protein companies say their products require fewer resources to produce and that cattle are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. Del Taco makes two Beyond Tacos. The vegetarian version includes cheese, while a vegan taco is made with avocado.
20 Mar 19
Daily News
Del Taco will roll out its meat-free Beyond Tacos to the entire chain in coming weeks, its leaders announced to investors Monday. Beyond Tacos are made with Beyond Meat, a plant-based alternative to beef. The Lake Forest-based chain began testing the tacos in early December at five locations in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties as well as a big chunk of San Diego County. Since then, a lot has happened in the plant-based protein world. Beyond Meat began partnering with Carl’s Jr. on Beyond Famous Stars and other burgers. Beyond Meat and its competitor Impossible Foods launched 2.0 versions of their burgers, said to cook and taste better than earlier versions. Beyond Meat picked up some investors from the sports world, including Kyrie Irving, basketball player with the Boston Celtics, and skier Lindsey Vonn. Pro skateboarder Tony Hawk ate an Impossible Burger on an episode of “The Burger Show.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Beyond Meat began selling a ground beef substitute in grocery stores in addition to its burger patties. Del Taco claims to be the first chain specializing in Mexican food to offer Beyond “crumbles” as an alternative to ground beef. Chronic Tacos, based in Aliso Viejo, recently announced a partnership and now serves Beyond at most of its locations. Del Taco is using plant-based protein to boost its loyalty program. The Beyond Tacos page on its website encourages visitors to enroll in its e-club. John D. Cappasola, president and chief executive officer said the rollout would “come toward the back end of April” in Monday’s fourth quarter investors conference call. “The consumer opportunity is immense and exciting,” he said. “There is no one else doing it in our category at the price point we plan to offer.” At test stores, the Beyond Taco cost $2.49, a dollar more than tacos made with ground beef or turkey. Beyond and Impossible products typically cost more than meat. They appeal to carnivores who want to reduce their meat consumption for health reasons or out of concern for the planet. Plant-based protein companies say their products require fewer resources to produce and that cattle are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. Del Taco makes two Beyond Tacos. The vegetarian version includes cheese, while a vegan taco is made with avocado.
20 Mar 19
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Del Taco will roll out its meat-free Beyond Tacos to the entire chain in coming weeks, its leaders announced to investors Monday. Beyond Tacos are made with Beyond Meat, a plant-based alternative to beef. The Lake Forest-based chain began testing the tacos in early December at five locations in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties as well as a big chunk of San Diego County. Since then, a lot has happened in the plant-based protein world. Beyond Meat began partnering with Carl’s Jr. on Beyond Famous Stars and other burgers. Beyond Meat and its competitor Impossible Foods launched 2.0 versions of their burgers, said to cook and taste better than earlier versions. Beyond Meat picked up some investors from the sports world, including Kyrie Irving, basketball player with the Boston Celtics, and skier Lindsey Vonn. Pro skateboarder Tony Hawk ate an Impossible Burger on an episode of “The Burger Show.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Beyond Meat began selling a ground beef substitute in grocery stores in addition to its burger patties. Del Taco claims to be the first chain specializing in Mexican food to offer Beyond “crumbles” as an alternative to ground beef. Chronic Tacos, based in Aliso Viejo, recently announced a partnership and now serves Beyond at most of its locations. Del Taco is using plant-based protein to boost its loyalty program. The Beyond Tacos page on its website encourages visitors to enroll in its e-club. John D. Cappasola, president and chief executive officer said the rollout would “come toward the back end of April” in Monday’s fourth quarter investors conference call. “The consumer opportunity is immense and exciting,” he said. “There is no one else doing it in our category at the price point we plan to offer.” At test stores, the Beyond Taco cost $2.49, a dollar more than tacos made with ground beef or turkey. Beyond and Impossible products typically cost more than meat. They appeal to carnivores who want to reduce their meat consumption for health reasons or out of concern for the planet. Plant-based protein companies say their products require fewer resources to produce and that cattle are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. Del Taco makes two Beyond Tacos. The vegetarian version includes cheese, while a vegan taco is made with avocado.
20 Mar 19
Daily Breeze
Del Taco will roll out its meat-free Beyond Tacos to the entire chain in coming weeks, its leaders announced to investors Monday. Beyond Tacos are made with Beyond Meat, a plant-based alternative to beef. The Lake Forest-based chain began testing the tacos in early December at five locations in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties as well as a big chunk of San Diego County. Since then, a lot has happened in the plant-based protein world. Beyond Meat began partnering with Carl’s Jr. on Beyond Famous Stars and other burgers. Beyond Meat and its competitor Impossible Foods launched 2.0 versions of their burgers, said to cook and taste better than earlier versions. Beyond Meat picked up some investors from the sports world, including Kyrie Irving, basketball player with the Boston Celtics, and skier Lindsey Vonn. Pro skateboarder Tony Hawk ate an Impossible Burger on an episode of “The Burger Show.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Beyond Meat began selling a ground beef substitute in grocery stores in addition to its burger patties. Del Taco claims to be the first chain specializing in Mexican food to offer Beyond “crumbles” as an alternative to ground beef. Chronic Tacos, based in Aliso Viejo, recently announced a partnership and now serves Beyond at most of its locations. Del Taco is using plant-based protein to boost its loyalty program. The Beyond Tacos page on its website encourages visitors to enroll in its e-club. John D. Cappasola, president and chief executive officer said the rollout would “come toward the back end of April” in Monday’s fourth quarter investors conference call. “The consumer opportunity is immense and exciting,” he said. “There is no one else doing it in our category at the price point we plan to offer.” At test stores, the Beyond Taco cost $2.49, a dollar more than tacos made with ground beef or turkey. Beyond and Impossible products typically cost more than meat. They appeal to carnivores who want to reduce their meat consumption for health reasons or out of concern for the planet. Plant-based protein companies say their products require fewer resources to produce and that cattle are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. Del Taco makes two Beyond Tacos. The vegetarian version includes cheese, while a vegan taco is made with avocado.
20 Mar 19
Pasadena Star News
Del Taco will roll out its meat-free Beyond Tacos to the entire chain in coming weeks, its leaders announced to investors Monday. Beyond Tacos are made with Beyond Meat, a plant-based alternative to beef. The Lake Forest-based chain began testing the tacos in early December at five locations in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties as well as a big chunk of San Diego County. Since then, a lot has happened in the plant-based protein world. Beyond Meat began partnering with Carl’s Jr. on Beyond Famous Stars and other burgers. Beyond Meat and its competitor Impossible Foods launched 2.0 versions of their burgers, said to cook and taste better than earlier versions. Beyond Meat picked up some investors from the sports world, including Kyrie Irving, basketball player with the Boston Celtics, and skier Lindsey Vonn. Pro skateboarder Tony Hawk ate an Impossible Burger on an episode of “The Burger Show.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Beyond Meat began selling a ground beef substitute in grocery stores in addition to its burger patties. Del Taco claims to be the first chain specializing in Mexican food to offer Beyond “crumbles” as an alternative to ground beef. Chronic Tacos, based in Aliso Viejo, recently announced a partnership and now serves Beyond at most of its locations. Del Taco is using plant-based protein to boost its loyalty program. The Beyond Tacos page on its website encourages visitors to enroll in its e-club. John D. Cappasola, president and chief executive officer said the rollout would “come toward the back end of April” in Monday’s fourth quarter investors conference call. “The consumer opportunity is immense and exciting,” he said. “There is no one else doing it in our category at the price point we plan to offer.” At test stores, the Beyond Taco cost $2.49, a dollar more than tacos made with ground beef or turkey. Beyond and Impossible products typically cost more than meat. They appeal to carnivores who want to reduce their meat consumption for health reasons or out of concern for the planet. Plant-based protein companies say their products require fewer resources to produce and that cattle are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. Del Taco makes two Beyond Tacos. The vegetarian version includes cheese, while a vegan taco is made with avocado.
20 Mar 19
Daily Bulletin
Del Taco will roll out its meat-free Beyond Tacos to the entire chain in coming weeks, its leaders announced to investors Monday. Beyond Tacos are made with Beyond Meat, a plant-based alternative to beef. The Lake Forest-based chain began testing the tacos in early December at five locations in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties as well as a big chunk of San Diego County. Since then, a lot has happened in the plant-based protein world. Beyond Meat began partnering with Carl’s Jr. on Beyond Famous Stars and other burgers. Beyond Meat and its competitor Impossible Foods launched 2.0 versions of their burgers, said to cook and taste better than earlier versions. Beyond Meat picked up some investors from the sports world, including Kyrie Irving, basketball player with the Boston Celtics, and skier Lindsey Vonn. Pro skateboarder Tony Hawk ate an Impossible Burger on an episode of “The Burger Show.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Beyond Meat began selling a ground beef substitute in grocery stores in addition to its burger patties. Del Taco claims to be the first chain specializing in Mexican food to offer Beyond “crumbles” as an alternative to ground beef. Chronic Tacos, based in Aliso Viejo, recently announced a partnership and now serves Beyond at most of its locations. Del Taco is using plant-based protein to boost its loyalty program. The Beyond Tacos page on its website encourages visitors to enroll in its e-club. John D. Cappasola, president and chief executive officer said the rollout would “come toward the back end of April” in Monday’s fourth quarter investors conference call. “The consumer opportunity is immense and exciting,” he said. “There is no one else doing it in our category at the price point we plan to offer.” At test stores, the Beyond Taco cost $2.49, a dollar more than tacos made with ground beef or turkey. Beyond and Impossible products typically cost more than meat. They appeal to carnivores who want to reduce their meat consumption for health reasons or out of concern for the planet. Plant-based protein companies say their products require fewer resources to produce and that cattle are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. Del Taco makes two Beyond Tacos. The vegetarian version includes cheese, while a vegan taco is made with avocado.
20 Mar 19
Redlands Daily Facts
Del Taco will roll out its meat-free Beyond Tacos to the entire chain in coming weeks, its leaders announced to investors Monday. Beyond Tacos are made with Beyond Meat, a plant-based alternative to beef. The Lake Forest-based chain began testing the tacos in early December at five locations in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties as well as a big chunk of San Diego County. Since then, a lot has happened in the plant-based protein world. Beyond Meat began partnering with Carl’s Jr. on Beyond Famous Stars and other burgers. Beyond Meat and its competitor Impossible Foods launched 2.0 versions of their burgers, said to cook and taste better than earlier versions. Beyond Meat picked up some investors from the sports world, including Kyrie Irving, basketball player with the Boston Celtics, and skier Lindsey Vonn. Pro skateboarder Tony Hawk ate an Impossible Burger on an episode of “The Burger Show.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Beyond Meat began selling a ground beef substitute in grocery stores in addition to its burger patties. Del Taco claims to be the first chain specializing in Mexican food to offer Beyond “crumbles” as an alternative to ground beef. Chronic Tacos, based in Aliso Viejo, recently announced a partnership and now serves Beyond at most of its locations. Del Taco is using plant-based protein to boost its loyalty program. The Beyond Tacos page on its website encourages visitors to enroll in its e-club. John D. Cappasola, president and chief executive officer said the rollout would “come toward the back end of April” in Monday’s fourth quarter investors conference call. “The consumer opportunity is immense and exciting,” he said. “There is no one else doing it in our category at the price point we plan to offer.” At test stores, the Beyond Taco cost $2.49, a dollar more than tacos made with ground beef or turkey. Beyond and Impossible products typically cost more than meat. They appeal to carnivores who want to reduce their meat consumption for health reasons or out of concern for the planet. Plant-based protein companies say their products require fewer resources to produce and that cattle are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. Del Taco makes two Beyond Tacos. The vegetarian version includes cheese, while a vegan taco is made with avocado.
20 Mar 19
Press Enterprise
Del Taco will roll out its meat-free Beyond Tacos to the entire chain in coming weeks, its leaders announced to investors Monday. Beyond Tacos are made with Beyond Meat, a plant-based alternative to beef. The Lake Forest-based chain began testing the tacos in early December at five locations in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties as well as a big chunk of San Diego County. Since then, a lot has happened in the plant-based protein world. Beyond Meat began partnering with Carl’s Jr. on Beyond Famous Stars and other burgers. Beyond Meat and its competitor Impossible Foods launched 2.0 versions of their burgers, said to cook and taste better than earlier versions. Beyond Meat picked up some investors from the sports world, including Kyrie Irving, basketball player with the Boston Celtics, and skier Lindsey Vonn. Pro skateboarder Tony Hawk ate an Impossible Burger on an episode of “The Burger Show.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Beyond Meat began selling a ground beef substitute in grocery stores in addition to its burger patties. Del Taco claims to be the first chain specializing in Mexican food to offer Beyond “crumbles” as an alternative to ground beef. Chronic Tacos, based in Aliso Viejo, recently announced a partnership and now serves Beyond at most of its locations. Del Taco is using plant-based protein to boost its loyalty program. The Beyond Tacos page on its website encourages visitors to enroll in its e-club. John D. Cappasola, president and chief executive officer said the rollout would “come toward the back end of April” in Monday’s fourth quarter investors conference call. “The consumer opportunity is immense and exciting,” he said. “There is no one else doing it in our category at the price point we plan to offer.” At test stores, the Beyond Taco cost $2.49, a dollar more than tacos made with ground beef or turkey. Beyond and Impossible products typically cost more than meat. They appeal to carnivores who want to reduce their meat consumption for health reasons or out of concern for the planet. Plant-based protein companies say their products require fewer resources to produce and that cattle are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. Del Taco makes two Beyond Tacos. The vegetarian version includes cheese, while a vegan taco is made with avocado.
20 Mar 19
SCNG
Del Taco will roll out its meat-free Beyond Tacos to the entire chain in coming weeks, its leaders announced to investors Monday. Beyond Tacos are made with Beyond Meat, a plant-based alternative to beef. The Lake Forest-based chain began testing the tacos in early December at five locations in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties as well as a big chunk of San Diego County. Since then, a lot has happened in the plant-based protein world. Beyond Meat began partnering with Carl’s Jr. on Beyond Famous Stars and other burgers. Beyond Meat and its competitor Impossible Foods launched 2.0 versions of their burgers, said to cook and taste better than earlier versions. Beyond Meat picked up some investors from the sports world, including Kyrie Irving, basketball player with the Boston Celtics, and skier Lindsey Vonn. Pro skateboarder Tony Hawk ate an Impossible Burger on an episode of “The Burger Show.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Beyond Meat began selling a ground beef substitute in grocery stores in addition to its burger patties. Del Taco claims to be the first chain specializing in Mexican food to offer Beyond “crumbles” as an alternative to ground beef. Chronic Tacos, based in Aliso Viejo, recently announced a partnership and now serves Beyond at most of its locations. Del Taco is using plant-based protein to boost its loyalty program. The Beyond Tacos page on its website encourages visitors to enroll in its e-club. John D. Cappasola, president and chief executive officer said the rollout would “come toward the back end of April” in Monday’s fourth quarter investors conference call. “The consumer opportunity is immense and exciting,” he said. “There is no one else doing it in our category at the price point we plan to offer.” At test stores, the Beyond Taco cost $2.49, a dollar more than tacos made with ground beef or turkey. Beyond and Impossible products typically cost more than meat. They appeal to carnivores who want to reduce their meat consumption for health reasons or out of concern for the planet. Plant-based protein companies say their products require fewer resources to produce and that cattle are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. Del Taco makes two Beyond Tacos. The vegetarian version includes cheese, while a vegan taco is made with avocado.