NFL 'Almost Vegan' Athlete Tom Brady Partners With Plant Based Meal Delivery Service

The delivery service company 'makes vegan food for non-vegans'
The NFL athlete is known for his performance brand TB12 (Photo: Facebook)

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has partnered with U.S.-based plant-based meal-kit delivery company Purple Carrot.

The 40-year-old sportsman, who is reportedly an 'almost vegan', has teamed up with the animal-free meal delivery service business - which aims to 'make vegan food to non-vegans'.

Purple Carrot is now collaborating with Brady's performance plan, TB12, in a bid to offer plant-based options that are high in protein for those who lead an active lifestyle.

According to the Bleacher Report, Brady sticks to a vegan diet most of the year, but eats meats like chicken during winter months.

Purple Carrot offers decadent 100 percent plant-based meal kits (Photo: Instagram)

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The company's CEO and Founder Andrew Levitt, although not fully plant-based himself, has also spoken out about the environmental and health impacts of the diet, from eliminating depression to reducing the side effects of Crohn's disease and cancer.

Levitt, a self-described 'bouncetarian', told news outlet Cheddar: "Our message has been absolutely no animal protein, no dairy, no eggs... Our numbers have been growing beyond our expectations.

He added: "[Purple Carrot] is helping people understand the value of plant-based, for both their own health and the health of the environment."

You can view Purple Carrot's TB12 performance meals here

You can watch the full interview with CEO Andrew Levitt here

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