Plant-based meat production company Good Dot is set to launch six vegan food trucks across India over the next two months.
The company emphasises accessibility of high protein, nutritious, vegan options, as well as animal and human welfare.
Good Dot’s mission statement says it aims to 'bring high-quality, affordable vegetarian meat to all of India'.
The brand adds: "We want to save lives, both human and animal, by providing an option without sacrifice."
The trucks will offer menu items starting at 15 Rupees, or roughly £0.16 - the price for a flat bread called Paratha - and combos from 75 Rupees, or £0.81.
Vegan First's Naveen Askhar sampled the company's dishes, reporting that he was 'extremely satisfied with the taste-quality, value for money and content of their dishes' the author recommended the trucks to vegans and non-vegans alike.
The startup’s first six trucks will be based in Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Bhilwara, Patna, Bangalore, and either Jaipur or Lucknow and will offer mains, starters, and beverages.
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