This is a Nature Burger by Fanstastic Foods. Sadly, after only discovering them this past year, I just used my last mix (at least for a while).
You see, appaently Fantastic Foods has pulled out of Canada due to labelling laws. I mentioned to Carrie a few months back that Muir Glen has done the same, which sent her on a wild one-woman search and rescue mission! Fantastic foods has joined the pack, as well as Cascadian Farms (apparently they are part of a larger parent company that is not selling in Canada anymore).
I'm not always a fan of these dehydrated 'add-water & mix' burgers. Some of them are good, some not so much. For instance, I have tried a couple of felafel mixes, and found them just not fresh tasting enough, with a dried spice heat that wasn't enjoyable. But these Nature Burgers got thumbs up from everyone in our house, and these I served topped with guacamole, usual condiments (Nayonnaise, ketchup) a batch of home fries and a salad drizzled with a new Creamy "Honey"-Mustard Dressing (which I personally love).
So, my friends in Canada, stock up on these goods if you like them, or like me, you'll find yourself in the need for cross-border trips.
Note: The directions on the box call for 1 1/2 cups water for the entire packet of mix. I use boiling water, and I always add a couple tablespoons extra. I like the burgers a little more moist, and a touch more water does the trick.