Excellence should be recognized, no matter what part of the world it emanates from.
The leadership at The Golden Globes have recognized this for over 75 years.
The Golden Globe Awards are accolades bestowed by the 93 members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association beginning in January 1944, recognizing excellence in film and television, both domestic and foreign.
The annual ceremony at which the awards are presented, is a major part of the film industry’s awards season, which culminates each year in the Academy Awards.
Clear out your entertainment and relaxation schedule. The 77th Golden Globe Awards will take place on January 5, 2020.
Ready, set, go. Cameras and action.
Today, the Golden Globes recognize achievements in 25 categories; 14 in motion pictures and 11 in television.
Based upon their new enhancement and innovation, perhaps its time they award themselves with a globally recognized award.
You’ll never guess that area of interest? It is very tasty and delicious.
In recognition of this unique achievement by the Golden Globes organization, US Magazine announced, “Big changes are coming to the 2020 Golden Globes! With days to go before the annual ceremony on Sunday, January 5, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced that for the first time ever, the three-course menu at Sunday’s event will be entirely plant-based.”
That is unique news. It deserves global air play.
Plant based eating is catching on in other industries as well. Industries where perhaps they should have been all along.
There seems to be a trend in fast food franchises presenting a plant based hamburger on their menu, which in terms of truth in advertising has raised some eyebrows, but most of us, especially a younger audience, loves the trend.
What is a plant based meal? We have a general idea but let’s be a little more specific.
In fact, for those of us who love hamburgers for a quick meal, we’ll focus in on that.
Plant–based burger patties made by Impossible Foods contain a genetically modified version of heme, an iron-containing molecule from soy plants, which is what gives them a meaty flavor.
The worldwide news and information leader CNN appear to have their eyebrows raised too, “If you’re looking for a vegetarian burger instead of a beef-based burger, you’re in luck these days. Two popular options include the Impossible Burger, in over 5,000 restaurants in the United States, Hong Kong, Macao, and Singapore, and the Beyond Burger, available at more than 35,000 locations, including the meat aisles in supermarkets.”
Good to know. Even better to know is that another group is participating in the trend.
Have you heard of the Neat Burger?
It’s really neat (eye brows gently raised).
They are hoping to get the word out and great healthy tasting burgers in.
At their website, Neat Burger educates, “Neat Burger is the first of its kind! Ethical, sustainable and delicious, we grill with plant-based passion and serve with style.
We are the planet-friendly plant-based full-flavored game-changer that the world has been waiting for.”
It looks like the wait is over.
We want to hear more.
They add, “Neat Burger is flavor-filled fun. Serving a limited plant-based menu of all the right things, we will have a positive impact on both your stomach and the environment.
Neat Burger works in association with Beyond Meat and The Eden Projects. For every product sold, a tree is planted – so your positive impact is doubled with every purchase!
Ethical, sure – but predominantly delicious! Partner, and brand ambassador, Lewis Hamilton has a been a strong advocate of replacing meat with plant-based products for years – further proof that plant-based is the future!”
The trend setting Golden Globes leadership thinks so.
World leaders in the burger industry thinks so.
We sure think so and we sense you do too. If you’ve heard little about the Neat Burger you should enjoy the following:
Lewis Hamilton Launches First Plant-based Sustainable Burger Chain: Neat Burger
LONDON, Aug. 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Five-time FIA Formula One World Champion, Lewis Hamilton is collaborating with hospitality organization The Cream Group and investors including UNICEF Ambassador and early backer of Beyond Meat, Tommaso Chiabra, to revolutionize fast food when they launch exciting new concept Neat Burger, the first plant-based sustainable burger chain of its kind.
Opening its first site on September 2nd, Neat Burger promises to transform the way people see plant-based food by appealing to not only those who follow plant-based diets, but any individuals, meat-eaters included, who want to eat delicious meat-free dishes that are more sustainable, healthier and ethical. With its first outlet opening just off Regent Street, the team has ambitious plans to expand the concept globally with 14 franchises planned in the next 24 months.
Neat Burger will serve unique patties, specially created by their team of chefs in collaboration with Beyond Meat, a plant-based meat alternative, which forms the basis for the burgers. The menu will consist of three, core burgers – ‘The Neat’, ‘The Cheese’ and ‘The Chick’n’, as well as ‘The Hot Dog’, with sides including skinny fries, sweet potato fries and tater tots.
Neat Burger will stock Just Water, the eco-conscious brand launched by Jaden Smith in 2018, as well as ethical Lemonade sodas and dairy-free, soft serve, coconut and soya-based milkshakes.
Ryan Bishti of The Cream Group says, “Neat Burger aims to change the way we view our eating habits. We’re not preaching or shaming people for eating meat. We’re offering an alternative that tastes as good as, if not better than meat.”
Tommaso Chiabra says: “The meat industry is the biggest contributor to greenhouse emissions and its environmental impact is no longer sustainable together with the growth of population. Neat Burger aims to disrupt the non-sustainable food industry and become a force for good.”
Lewis explains, “I’m very passionate about being kinder to our world and also really respect Neat Burger’s commitment to more ethical practices and supporting small businesses, so this is something I’m also really proud to support.”
He adds, “But it is also about the product. As someone who follows a plant-based diet, I believe we need a healthier high street option that tastes amazing but also offers something exiting to those who want to be meat-free every now and again.
“Beyond Meat is an incredible partner and I can’t wait to work with the team to expand Neat Burger internationally.”
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