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The ultimate food fight

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We’re taking food fights to the next level by putting plant-based food up against all the usual favorites in the ultimate nutrient breakdown. Which do you think will come out on top?

Round 1:

In the left-hand corner we have Beef Mince, and in the right-hand corner we have 100% vegan Fry’s Meat-Free Mince.
The Fry’s mince lands a significant first punch with its higher protein levels and lower fat content. The beef mince takes another knock from Fry’s with their higher fibre levels. The Fry’s mince also has no cholesterol at all, compared to the 78mg in the beef mince – it’s a total knockout!
The Meat-Free Mince takes the title of mince prince!

Round 2:

The legen(dairy) 😉 battle continues! In this round, we have whole milk in the left-hand corner, and soy milk in the right, both fighting for the title of highest calcium levels! This round is stolen by the soy milk!

Round 3:

In the last round, we’re putting salmon up against flaxseeds in the battle for the highest omega-3 levels. Fish has always been thought of as the champion of omega-3, so we thought this round would be an obvious win for salmon (the fish with one of the highest omega-3 levels), but we were dead wrong! This was the biggest win of all, with flaxseeds having a whopping ten times more omega-3 per 100g!

There are so many more examples where plant-based foods absolutely trump their animal-based alternatives when it comes to nutritional value. Some other examples include the iron in levels in pumpkin seeds (15mg of iron per 100g) compared to beef (3.8mg of iron per 100g) or the vitamin A levels in sweet potato (961μg of Vitamin A per 100g) compared to tuna (757μg of Vitamin A per 100g).
Eating a plant-based diet isn’t only good for your health; it’s also great for the environment. Animal agriculture is the leading cause of deforestation, water depletion and pollution, and is responsible for more greenhouse gases than the entire transportation industry. Lastly of course, it’s far better for the animals we share our planet with. Humans kill over 60 billion land animals and 2.7 trillion fish every year for food. Not only is this completely unnecessary, but it invariably includes cruel practices like dehorning or castration without anesthetic.

Thinking of trying to eat more plant-based food? Join us by pledging to take the Veganuary challenge this January! Veganuary is the world’s largest vegan movement, inspiring people to try going vegan for January. Take the pledge with us to receive helpful tips, recipes, and more.

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Our Mission

Every year, we look at turnover and put up a chart to show how many animal lives would be saved if someone had chosen a Fry’s Product instead of a meat product. Last year that number was 647,737 chickens, 11,354 cows and 10,055 and 3 million prawns.