Available through Jan Zandbergen BV to the food service and retail in Europe, the fully plant-based sausage contains all-natural ingredients including oyster mushroom and beetroot. Pepper and nutmeg have been added to get the authentic flavour and aroma.
The structure of the Moving Mountains Sausage is designed to feel like a traditional Bratwurst and the vegetable skin reflects the perfect ‘snap’, or break of the skin, when broken or bitten into. The vegan sausages have a high protein level (14 grams of plant-based proteins per 100 gram of sausage), contain added vitamin B12 and are cholesterol-free. The sausage is available in one size; 57g/2oz.
Unveiled at Anuga earlier this year, Moving Mountains aims to develop products that come as close as possible to animal meat in terms of appearance, taste, smell and bite. The new sausage and the burger from Moving Mountains will be available in various European supermarkets early 2020.
Earlier this year, the brand launched a plant-based hot dog to the UK market. The business previously launched the Moving Mountains burger which was the UK’s first meatless ‘bleeding’ burger.