Meat Free Mince on the Olympic Menu

June 9, 2012 at 1:23 pm 1 comment

We are so pleased that Fry’s Vegetarian Mince has been selected to supply the 2012 Olympics.

The team are loved by so many people and we know that they work their socks off to bring super meat free products to consumers like us!

So lets think about it – the people who think seriously about their bodies and performance, who need food that does them good will be eating Fry’s Mince – and not the scary meat mince stuff that we have all heard horror stories about…..

Fry’s tasty meat alternative will be available to the Olympic staff members, members of the public as well as the athletes from across 205 countries. How cool is that!?

Super Lisa Drummy, Director of Fry Distribution UK told us, “We are delighted that our meat free mince will be enjoyed by so many people. It’s the highlight of our 10 years in business.”

Fry’s Vegetarian is available from leading food service providers 3663 and one of their people said;

“Fry’s Vegetarian Mince ticked all of the boxes and we are delighted it was selected to supply the Olympics.”

Fry’s yummy products that are ideal for so many different people. They are fully approved The Vegetarian Society and registered with the Vegan Society so you know that they are products you can trust. They are also a BEST BUY in the Ethical Consumer. 

Also FRY’S products are Kosher (Parev Mehadrin – a very high form of Kosher approval for Jews), Shuddha (suitable for Hindus) and Halaal (suitable for Muslims).

Several of the products are also free of onions and garlic and as such, they can be eaten by Theravada and Mahayana Buddhists, certain practitioners of Hinduism and followers of Hare Krishna – as well as people with onion and garlic allergies.

Did you know that they have 18 vegan friendly products to try – we have tried them all and think that they are all delicious. Callum loves Veggie Pops, my dad loves the Polony, I adore the sausage rolls and Glyn – well he just loves them all!

Fry’s have won 5 awards over the past 5 years too.

They ensure that whether you are a meat reducer, vegetarian, Kosher or simply want a lower fat or no cholesterol food item now there is something that tastes amazing and is suitable for you.

Have a look here for more info and pick their goodies up at health food stores, Holland and Barrett and even request them in schools and cafes too.

www.frysdistribution.co.uk

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 Nutritional Information – FRY’S Vegetarian Mince

Ingredients 

Vegetable proteins (soya), Wheat protein, Flavourings, Starch, Vegetable oil, Spices, Wheat flour, Fibre, Cellulose extract, Sea salt, Onion, Mustard, Colour: Caramel, red iron oxide. Gravy Powder: Modified starch, sugar, salt, cereal, hydrolysed vegetable protein, flavourings, Colour: Caramel

Allergens: Wheat, Gluten from wheat, Soya, Mustard

Endorsements: Shudda, Halaal, Kosher Parev Mahadrin, Vegan Society, Vegetarian Society, Ethical Consumer “best buy”.

Fry’s Vegetarian Mince per 100g 

Energy 690 kj

110.2 kcal

Protein 17 g

Carbohydrate 27 g

of which: -Sugars 0.5 g

Fats 3.5 g

of which: -Saturated 1.75 g

-Mono Unsat 1.39 g

-Poly Unsat 0.35 g

-Cholesterol 0 mg

-Trans Fats 0 g

Dietary Fibre 12.4 g

Sodium 0.3 g

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Cee  |  June 10, 2012 at 5:45 pm

    As a volunteer for the Paralympics, I think this is really great news!

    Reply

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