Moving Mountains Launches Vegan Sausage That 'Looks, Sizzles And Tastes Like Pork'
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Moving Mountains Launches Vegan Sausage That ‘Looks, Sizzles And Tastes Like Pork’


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Plant-based company Moving Mountains – creator of the UK’s ‘first’ meatless bleeding burger – has launched 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. 

‘Comforting bangers’

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, a comforting bangers and mash lunch or a classic Toad In The Hole dinner,” the company states. 

‘A real solution’

In a statement sent to Plant Based News, Simeon Van der Molen, Founder of Moving Mountains® said: “We are delighted to launch the 100 percent plant-based Moving Mountains® Banger. 

“We have spent years perfecting the recipe with a team of scientists, farmers, and chefs and it is the closest replication to a pork sausage in the UK. 

“It provides a real solution to the environmental impact of the animal agriculture industry, without compromising on taste for vegans, vegetarians, and meat-eaters.”

The Moving Mountains Banger will be available to UK consumers in restaurants nationwide later in the year 

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