Raglan Food Co Challenges Kiwi Couples to Go Plant-Based

Inspired by the recent smash-hit Netflix documentary, Raglan Food Co has launched its own ‘Game Changers’ challenge – inviting meat & dairy-eating Kiwis to nominate themselves for a month of plant-based living.

Three couples will be selected to win prize packs valued at over $1,780. They’ll be provided with everything they need to go plant-based for a full month – dinners sponsored by popular My Food Bag, lunches provided by social enterprise Eat My Lunch, and delicious breakfasts of Raglan Food Co coconut yoghurt paired with local New Zealand-made granolas by Yum Granola & Blue Frog Breakfast. Their experience will be supported by weekly sessions with a qualified nutritionist & naturopath from The Herbal Dispensary, plus lab tests at the beginning and end of the challenge to see what impact the change in diet has had on their health. The couples will also receive a month’s supply of high-quality supplements from BePure.

Tesh Randall, co-founder and ‘Mrs Coconut’ at Raglan Food Co is excited about the challenge. “I went vegetarian 12 years ago and have been dairy-free since we realised Seb (Mr Coconut) was lactose intolerant about 6 years ago. I’ve personally seen benefits for my health and also love learning about the positive impact eating plant-based has for the environment. We hope this challenge inspires Kiwis to give plant-based eating a go!”

Applications open from 3rd of August via the Raglan Food Co website. The three successful couples will be announced on the 24th of August, with the challenge kicking off 1st of September.