Moving Mountains Launches Plant-Based Burger In Major U.K. Supermarket
The burger is available at Ocado (Photo: Instagram) - Media Credit:

Moving Mountains Launches Plant-Based Burger In Major U.K. Supermarket


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Major plant-based company Moving Mountains has launched its meat-free burgers into a major U.K. supermarket.

The brand’s flagship burger, which was previously exclusive to restaurants, is now available to buy online at Ocado.

‘We listened’

“You asked, we listened. You wanted our plant-based Burger at home, so that’s exactly what you’ll get!” Moving Mountains wrote on Instagram, following a countdown to a company announcement.

“For the first time ever the Moving Mountains Burger will be available in U.K. retail, when it was previously exclusive to restaurants – are you ready?”

Moving Mountains Banger

Last year, the brand debuted a vegan sausage that ‘looks, sizzles, and tastes like pork’.

Dubbed as the Moving Mountains Banger, the meat-free product is made with ‘all-natural ingredients’ including oyster mushrooms, beetroot, pea protein, wheat, soy, coconut oil, and skin created from algae.

Each sausage contains B12, 18g of plant protein, and is free from cholesterol, antibiotics, and hormones.

“The Moving Mountains® Banger is ideal to enjoy at any time of day, whether it’s a sausage sandwich at breakfast, comforting bangers and mash lunch or a classic Toad In The Hole dinner,” the company states. 

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