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New Pro-Vegan TV Advert Promotes Benefits Of Plant-Based Meat

The TV advert, which is currently screening on Channel 4, was created by plant-based brand Vivera which wants people to try vegan meat

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A vegan meat brand is launching two new products this Veganuary – and will promote their benefits via a TV advert.

Vivera, known for its plant-based steak, will also use the ad to urge people to try a vegan diet for 30 days. It aims to achieve 50,000 sign-ups to the app in January across the UK, Holland and Germany.

The advert, which will run on Channel 4, will showcase Vivera’s new Lincolnshire Style Sausages and Southern Fried Nuggets. They are both launching in Sainsbury’s this month. 

Veggie Challenge App

Vivera has partnered food awareness organisation ProVeg International to promote plant-based eating via its Veggie Challenge App.

This pledge sees participants sign up to try being vegan, vegetarian or flexitarian for 30 days. 

The pledge offers an app providing free support. This comes in the form of recipes, and tips. It also offers info about how much land, CO2, water and animals participants have saved.

‘Making plant-based easy’

In a statement sent to Plant Based News, Willem van Weede, CEO of Vivera, said: “We are really fuelling our growth objectives with this media campaign and new product launches. 

“Our aim is to make the switch to plant-based as easy as possible for consumers with our great products, delicious recipes and Proveg’s Veggie Challenge app. 

“This Veganuary we want plant-based dining to become the new normal, as consumers become more aware of the benefits of plant-based diets for the environment, our health, and for animals.”

‘Plant-based is booming’

Rosie Bambaji, Buyer, Fresh Plant-Based at Sainsbury’s, added: “The plant-based category is booming. We’re delighted to exclusively launch Vivera’s new Lincolnshire Style Sausages and Southern Fried Nuggets with BBQ Sauce. 

“Consumers now have more choice than ever. We’re sure Veganuary 2021 will be successful in encouraging more people to try the wide range of tasty plant-based foods on offer.”

Consumers can download the Veggie Challenge App from the Apple App Store and Google Play. The Vivera TV advert promoting the app is currently running on Channel 4.

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Joy
1 year ago

I’m Chef Joy (Vegan chef) love to learn about your edit plant based news. I would like to chat with my opportunity. I would love to twitch or creat recipes for Vegan meat. Cooking show. Or used in my restaurant.
I living in NYC.

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