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Martha Stewart just launched a Beyond Meat sub in Canada

As fast food restaurants continue to introduce new products to accommodate the vegetarians and vegans among us, Martha Stewart has partnered with Subway to launch the brand new Beyond Meatball sub in Canada. 

The new sandwich features plant-based meatballs covered in marinara sauce, sprinkled with grated parmesan and topped with shredded mozzarella and Monterey Jack cheese. 

Along with the product launch, a new commercial featuring lifestyle expert Stewart provides satirical tips on how to care for a Beyond Meatball tree.

Stewart shares her eight-week "seed-to-sandwich" guide in the video, for anyone wondering how to "grow these plant-based meatballs."

"Subway had me at 'an exciting new plant-based protein choice,' because that's perfect for my lifestyle," Martha Stewart said in a statement.

"The new Beyond Meatball subs really are delicious — and you could say I'm an expert when it comes to good taste."

For those of you who are sick of ordering the veggie Subway sandwich day after day, the new Beyond Meatball Marinara Sub is now available at participating locations across Canada.

"Martha is the perfect partner to announce the nationwide launch of the Beyond Meatball Marinara Sub in Canada," Subway Canada Senior Marketing Director Cristina Wells said in a statement. 

"Martha's green thumb and culinary prowess made her a natural fit to speak to the unbelievable cultivation and care that goes into creating the Beyond Meatball."

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