Good Dot, a company manufacturing plant-based protein products “in India, for India, by India,” launched the first-ever countrywide meat alternative last year. The vegan meat, created by Stephanie Downs, Deepak Parihar, and Abhishek Sinha, is so versatile that it can be used in a multitude of traditional Indian dishes.
But now India’s leading plant-based meat company is tackling another first: vegan food trucks. Good Dot aims to make protecting animals and the environment easier for Indians while making sure they enjoy a healthier alternative to meat. And with 70 percent of India’s residents eating animal-based products, Good Dot’s timing is perfect for combating climate change and health problems throughout the nation.
The food trucks, which will operate in Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Bhilwara, Patna, Bangalore, and either Jaipur or Lucknow, will be the first of their kind. Good Dot plans to launch trucks in 12 more cities by the end of the year.
The menu, which will include veg chicken, wraps, and stir-fries, will not only satisfy taste buds but also be affordable. Some of the products will sell for as little as 50 rupees. And the dishes already have us drooling.
The best part? Good Dot’s products are not only free of GMOs and preservatives but free of cruelty—they will spare thousands of animals from immense suffering at factory farms.
Each year at factory farms, more than 3 billion animals are slaughtered after spending their whole lives in horrendous conditions. By opting for plant-based proteins, every year you will spare about 30 land animals a lifetime of suffering.
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