Barn Sanctuary Launches Plant-Based Meal Planner

The online subscription-based service creates personalized, weekly plant-based meal plans
'Easy, convenient, and affordable' (Photo: Instagram)

Animal-rescue organization, Barn Sanctuary, has launched its plant-based meal planner dubbed the Kitchen Companion.

'Easy, convenient, and affordable'

Designed to make plant-based eating 'easy, convenient, and affordable',  users can access thousands of easy-to-make vegan recipes, and can customize a nutritionist-crafted plan tailored on their interests, preferences, cooking utensils, and how much time they have.

The Kitchen Companion also provides its users with on-demand help from food coaches seven days a week and includes a grocery feature to help save time and money at the store.

'We want to empower and inspire everyone'

Founder and President of Barn Sanctuary, Dan McKernan, said: "We started Barn Sanctuary in 2016 to rescue as many farmed animals as possible. We want to empower and inspire everyone to make a positive impact for the animals as well! Eating plant-based is another great way to save hundreds of animals and better your health.

"The Kitchen Companion will help you make a world of difference with a delicious plan to simplify your life."

Subscription services cost $14 a month, or $99 annually - offering customers a 40 percent saving when signing up for the yearly plan.

To read more about The Kitchen Companion, click here

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