Moving Mountains’ exclusive launch of their brand-new footlong hotdog
Philip Mansbridge May 9, 2019
Another day, another reason to meat reduce!
Whatever your reason to go plant-based, be it full-time or part-time, there’s increasingly no excuse to not make that change!
‘Unrivalled plant-based hotdog’
This week I was invited for the exclusive launch of Moving Mountains’ brand-new footlong hotdog. This claims to be a hotdog like no other with a taste, look and feel of pork that isn’t rivalled by any competitor product. Made primarily of sunflower seeds as well as carrots, onions, paprika and coconut oil, it’s got all the taste whilst being animal and planet friendly too!
The launch was hosted at Unity Diner, the not-for-profit plant-based diner set up by Instagram superstar Earthling Ed (@earthlinged). Amongst the crowd were a variety of influencers including ‘Feed Me Vegan’ author Lucy Watson (@lucywatson), who was happily posting all the excitement of the night to her 1.3m Instagram followers, lots of people from within the plant-based community and the press – all excited to try the latest product from Moving Mountains and learn more about it.
Wow – this dog was off the scale! This was an amazing hotdog. In honesty, it’s been a long time since I’ve eaten meat, but I truly don’t recall it tasting, looking or feeling any different. But there is a difference – a very big one… this plant-based ‘pork’ hotdog is completely aligned to ProVeg’s core beliefs – better for health, better for animals and better for the environment than its meat-based equivalent.
The More the Merrier!
At ProVeg we wish innovative products like this that help people – eat plant-based, stay plant-based or simply reduce their meat now and again – every success. I for one will be helping their business and can’t wait for another hotdog!
Executive Director for ProVeg UK. Philip has extensive knowledge of plant-based food and related animal welfare issues. Philip has previously headed up leading animal welfare and conservation charities, including in the role of UK Director for at the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), and Care for the Wild International, as well as working in senior positions at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, Guide Dogs and Cats Protection, and is a regular at animal and plant-based events up and down the country.