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Vegan ‘Bleeding Burger’ added to menu of over 400 pubs nationwide

One of the UK’s largest pub chains will soon be selling plant-based ‘bleeding burgers’ on their amazing new vegan menu.

Moving Mountains burger at Marstons
Moving Mountains burger at Marstons

Marstons will soon become the first chain to sell the Moving Mountains B12 burger in 413 of its pubs nationwide following the UK’s demand for more vegan options.

Tasting the burger in spring this year, this news also marks the fastest taste-to-table launch in the pub brand’s history.

Could this be the best pub vegan menu ever?

The B12 Burger is made of natural ingredients, including oyster mushrooms, oats and pea protein. It also packs a whopping 18g of protein per serving.

Based in Chiswick, Moving Mountains have used secret scientific processes & technologies to make the burger appear, bleed, smell and taste as if it was a real meat burger. The deal with Marstons is projected to grow the company’s revenue by over £1million.

Nicola Arrow, Marston’s Senior Food Development Manager comments: “We have listened to our customers and taken the growing demand for healthier and alternative options across the pub sector as a great opportunity to develop and update our menu.

She continues: “We wanted to find the right supplier for this home-grown product and we believe we have found a great partner in Moving Mountains. It is an exciting opportunity for us to work with a new British business, which is at the forefront of real change.”

Moving Mountains burger at Marstons
Moving Mountains burger at Marstons

Marstons new vegan menu also includes Jackfruit Wedges, Buffalo Cauliflower Wings, Mushroom Bourguignon Pie and some incredible desserts.

The Moving Mountains B12 Burger will be available from Wednesday 5th September www.nomeat.marstons.co.uk 

You may also have heard about Costa Coffee expanding their vegan menu, here’s what it looks like

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