Have you noticed that vegan options are sprouting up everywhere? From Subway to White Castle to TCBY and so much more. Even Ikea now offers a plant-based version of its popular Swedish meatballs and Wendy’s is now testing a veggie burger.
According to a recent restaurant industry publication, a recent survey concluded that “Millennials are increasingly interested in vegan cuisine, and more than 60 percent consume meat alternatives.”
The sale of meatless foods is soaring in the U.S. – and there’s no sign of it slowing down.
As more consumers – meat-eaters and vegans alike – ask for plant-based options, a growing number of grocery stores and restaurants are responding. The easier it is to find meat, egg and dairy alternatives, the easier it is to empower others to choose these options.
Here are six easy ways you can keep up the momentum and help get even more vegan options to the mainstream:
- Ask Subway to roll out vegan options nationwide
- Ask Wendy’s to expand its veggie burger option to more locations
- Ask Ben & Jerry’s to add a non-dairy option
- Thank Dunkin’ Donuts for offering almond milk and ask for a vegan donut
- Ask Dairy Queen to offer non-dairy ice cream
- Encourage McDonald’s to take a progressive step forward by adding a veggie burger to its menu
Feeling motivated to take the next step? Share this post and empower others to lend their voice to animals by asking companies to offer vegan options.