Thousands Of Vegan Burgers "Sold Out In Minutes" In TV Shopping Flash Sale
Due to the success of the sale, QVC will soon be releasing upcoming dates for viewers to have a second chance to buy the burgers.
“When you look at this, it looks like beef” shared the QVC host during the show last week.
“It’s juicy, it gives you the taste that you want, it gives you the texture you want, but it gives it to you in a way that is so much better for your body.”
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VBites Vegan Food
VBites has been in operation for 27 years and distributes its products to customers worldwide.
Former model and animal rights activist Heather Mills purchased the company in 2009, and has since expanded the product range to over 130 plant-based options.
“Our mission is to deliver all of the taste and texture of meat, fish and dairy products,” explains VBites on its website, “but without the harmful dietary, environmental, welfare and sustainability drawbacks of pastoral agriculture and fishing.”
Have you tried anything from the VBites range yet? Let us know what your favorite product is in the comments below!
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