Launch Moving Mountains: World’s first ‘foot long’ vegetable hot dog

by Editor fleischwirtschaft.com
Friday, May 24, 2019
The company has expanded its plant-based product range with a hot dog that not only resembles real meat, but also tastes like it.
Photo: Moving Mountains
The company has expanded its plant-based product range with a hot dog that not only resembles real meat, but also tastes like it.

Moving Mountains has expanded its plant-based product range with a hot dog that not only resembles real meat, but also tastes like it. These new hot dogs are available through Jan Zandbergen BV to the food service and retail in Europe.

Unlike other vegetable hot dogs on the market, the company has managed to develop a hot dog that is identical in taste, smell and texture to its meat counterpart. In order to achieve this revolutionary product, they used food technology, scientific processes and specialised machines in the past years. Countless recipes with local, natural ingredients have been tested.

The main ingredients in the meatless, gluten-free Hot Dog are sunflower seeds, carrots, onions, bell peppers and coconut oil. With a naturally smoked flavour and a firm yet bouncy texture, it really looks like a hot dog or Frankfurter sausage made from meat.

The Hot Dogs for the food service are “foot long”, weigh 155 g/piece and are vacuum packed per 6. Smaller hot dogs are packaged in pairs for retail. The hot dogs can be supplied fresh or frozen.

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