Vegan Challenge Kit

Price
£34.99 £39.92 You save 12%
(£2.92 / 100 g)
Prices are incl. VAT and excl. shipping costs
Description

With our Vegan Challenge Kit, starting your plant-based journey has never been easier. Put your words where your mouth is and get stuck in!  

The kit contains the following products: 1x Burger, 1x Meatballs, 1x Mince, 1x Sausages - Spicy, 1x Sausages - Bratwurst Style, 1x Fishcakes, 1x Schnitzel, 1x Easy Mix Meatballs - Swedish Style (makes a combined 3,6 kg of vegan meat) 

In Stock: Shipping Time 2-3 Business Days
Free shipping from £29 within the UK
Vegan
Vegan
Sustainable
Sustainable
Cruelty-free
Cruelty-free
Made in Germany
Made in Germany

Our Ingredients

The ingredients of the individual products can be found on the product images.

classic cheeseburger turned vegan

Tips for getting started with a plant-based diet

1
Substitute:
Use substitutes to make the transition smoother.
2
Eat enough:
A plant-based diet is often healthier and has fewer calories. So make sure you're eating plenty.
3
Don't make it too difficult for yourself
Don't put too much pressure on yourself and don't punish yourself if you have a cheat day. Just take it day by day - it'll get easier with time.
Tips for getting started with a plant-based diet
Plant-based vs. animal nutrition

Plant-based vs. animal nutrition

The average Brit eats around 82.5 kg of meat per year, which is more than double the worldwide average. In the USA this figure is even higher: 100 kg per person per year.

Meat usually comes from large livestock farms where animals are kept in cramped, dirty conditions and given little to no access to outdoor spaces. Cattle, pigs and poultry produce greenhouse gases that contribute significantly to climate degradation. These emissions aren't just from the animals themselves - the huge quantities of feed required to raise livestock also has a significant environmental impact. The deforestation and utilisation of land to grow feed leads to a decline in biodiversity and the destruction of important CO2 reservoirs.

How do I substitute animal-based food products?

Yoghurt

Vegan alternatives to classic yoghurt are plentiful and easily found in your local supermarket: choose from soy, coconut, almond or oat-based yoghurt.

Cream
Many supermarkets already offer a choice of soya, oat or cashew cream.

Cheese

Parmesan cheese made from cashews and walnuts is already available for topping, and nutritional yeast is a good choice for a cheesy, nutty kick to your dishes and an important boost of Vitamin B12.

How do I substitute animal-based food products?

Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
D
Dawn Bond
Versatile

I love all the Greenforce range, versatile to make a variety of product. Easy to take on holiday if travelling to places that are not so good on vegan food. I find I get 3 servings from one packet. Unless I am making a meatloaf. Love the schnitzel mix.
I also find the products gentle on my stomach the digest easily - thank you for the variety 💚