New Vegan Food Delivery Platform Makes It 'Easier To Swap Away From Meat'
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New Vegan Food Delivery Platform Makes It ‘Easier To Swap Away From Meat’

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Two leading plant-based food companies have joined forces in a bid to help people eat less meat by offering doorstep deliveries.

Meatless Farm and One Planet Pizza have partnered to offer food bundles aimed at the UK’s growing population of flexitarians, meat reducers, vegans, and veggies.

Bundle options

There are four frozen options for delivery, which are available via Meatless Farm’s website.

They include the Mini-Meatless package (one pack each of burgers, mince and sausages), the Mega Meatless Package (two of each product), a Combo Bundle (two of each of Meatless Farm products and two One Planet Pizzas) and a pizza only bundle (four One Planet Pizzas).

There is a delivery charge of £4.95 on the mini and mega bundles, delivery is free for packages containing pizza.

‘Simple swap’

“It’s about making the simple swap from meat to plant-based, whether that’s once or twice a week. Our vision is this platform makes it even easier to swap and we can show just how tasty and convenient plant-based food really is,” Morten Toft Bech, founder of Meatless Farm, said in a statement sent to Plant Based News.

Joe Hill, director and co-founder of One Planet Pizza, added: “It’s not just about being labeled vegan or meat-eater anymore, there’s a general shift in consumer attitudes towards reducing meat consumption and this partnership is a great example of brands coming together to innovate and answer this.”

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