Vegan Meat Company Partners Cooking Club To Host Kids Cooking Class Online
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Vegan Meat Company Partners Cooking Club To Host Kids Cooking Class Online


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The Meatless Farm Company has partnered with The Cooking Club to run a virtual ‘meatless-themed kids cooking class’* free of charge.

The vegan brand, who recently donated 20,000 plant-based sausages to NHS (National Health Service) staff amid the coronavirus (COVID 19) pandemic, made the announcement on Instagram.

‘Lockdown entertainment’

“In need of lockdown entertainment for the kids? The Meatless Farm can help…” the company wrote.

“The whole family can join in with this FREE hour-long interactive class to make Homemade Gnocchi with Meatless Farm Ragu Sauce, showing the little ones how easy and delicious it is to cook with plant-based food.”

‘Deliver on taste’

The Meatless Farm Co recently announced it’s poised to launch in Australia, as demand for vegan meat surges in the country, by partnering with Decade Foods.

“We’re committed to creating plant-based meats that deliver on taste, texture, and nutrition,” Morten Toft Bech, founder of Meatless Farm, said in a statement sent to Plant Based News.

“More and more Australians are looking to reduce the amount of meat they’re eating, for both health and environmental reasons, and this shows no sign of slowing down.”

*The cooking class takes place on Zoom on May 31 at 10 am (GMT). There are only 80 spaces in the class.

You can learn more about the junior cooking program here

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