Plant-Based Food Sales Have Skyrocketed Following ‘The Game Changers’, Says Brand


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A plant-based meal company has seen its sales skyrocket following the launch of The Game Changers documentary, Plant Based News can exclusively reveal.

allplants, which was set up by brothers JP and Alex Petrides, delivers plant-based freshly cooked and frozen meals directly to people’s doorsteps.

Since the release of The Game Changers on Netflix, the company has seen a 66 percent increase in sales. In addition, the company has received multiple enquiries from athletes and sports clubs with an interest in plant-based eating.

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Jonathan ‘JP’ Petrides, CEO and founder of allplants, told PBN that the documentary is having a huge impact on what people are choosing to eat.

“Firstly, what a slick production and epic film! As well as highlighting the mad stat that it would save 1 million liters of water per person per year if we shifted away from meat to a plant-based diet, The Game Changers is having a real impact on what people choose to put in their mouth,” he added.

“The increase in plant-curious new customers we’ve seen flock to allplants since the film launched on Netflix is encouraging, and most excitingly they’ve stayed with us. We welcome everyone to the table, whether they want to go all the way or give life on plants a try twice a week.”

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