PETA Sends Lewis Hamilton Vegan Fajita Kit To Help Him Transition To Veganism

The Formula One driver is currently switching to a plant-based diet
The A-list celeb said he's going vegan after watching 'What The Health' (Photo: Lewis Hamilton Facebook)

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals [PETA] has sent Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton a vegan hamper to help him transition to a plant-based diet.

The animal rights organization sent him a vegan fajita kit, because he once said that he makes a 'mean chicken fajita'.

Hamilton has previously stated that he is on a mission to switch to a vegan diet for reasons of 'animal cruelty, global warming and our personal health'.

PETA sent the Formula One driver the necessities for making a vegan chicken fajita (Photo: PETA)


The vegan goodies hamper included vegan chicken pieces, Cheddar-style grated cheese, and other plant-based Mexican necessities.

PETA founder Ingrid Newkirk said: "With so many vegan foods on track to beat the competition, eating meat, eggs, and dairy "products" is like having a flat on race-day.

"A vegan diet is a winning formula for animals, the environment, and our health."


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