BOL Foods have completed the move to being completely plant-based, after announcing earlier in the year that this is the next step the brand would take. In 2017, the company removed meat and fish from their product range and were aiming to be entirely plant-based by the end of summer 2018.
By removing dairy from their product range, BOL will save 91,000 square metres of farm land, 7 million litres of water and 194 tonnes of CO2 in one year. BOl have been working with chefs and award-winning nutritionist Ian Marber to guarantee fresher, and more flavoursome food than before.
Paul Brown, founder of BOL Foods, said: “Back in February, we made the commitment that this summer BOL would become 100% plant-based – well, as of this week we’ve now ditched dairy in the final piece of our plant-powered jigsaw. We’re on a mission to inspire the world to eat more plants, whether at home or on the go & our new range of delicious Veg Pots, Salad Jars & Super Soups are now more local, fresher and tastier than ever.
“We’re not perfect, but I believe businesses can be a force for good in helping both people and the planet & this marks another step towards that for us.. Eat plants, love life”
They are launching new salad jars, which includes: the Japanese Rainbow Slaw Salad jar, Mediterranean Roasted Veg Salad Jar, Mexican bean, Salsa and Quinoa Salad Jar and the Moroccan Beets and Sweet Potato Salad Jar.