The Moving Mountains® Burger – Not Just A Regular Veggie Burger

Delve into a guilt-free trip of indulgence with one Bite Into The Future™ – 100% plant 0% cow, with The Moving Mountains® Burger.

Although the Burger is made from plants it’s unlike any other veggie burger. Never have plants tasted so damn good. Never has a burger tasted so delicious without the loss of a single animal life. Smell it when raw. Watch it Sizzle in the pan just like an actual beef patty. It’s barely distinguishable!

What’s great about this not so regular veggie burger? Well, you won’t find any traces of cholesterol or nasty ingredients such as antibiotics or hormones that’s for sure. The simple and main ingredients are a base of antioxidant-rich Coconut Oil which provides a fatty satisfying consistency, Beetroot Juice which allows a juicy ‘bleed’ at the centre of the patty, and Plant-Proteins and Mushrooms that provide a succulent texture akin to the bite of meat. Loaded with Herbs, Spices and packed with Vitamin B12 for extra nutrients you’ll surely enjoy this juicy and tasty alternative to the British Beef Burger with all the benefits.

Where can you get it? It’s currently being served up at restaurants across Europe. Want to know more? Head over to our Locations page.

  • vegan
  • gm_free
  • hormone_free
  • antibiotic_free
  • zero_cholesterol

Pea Protein, Wheat Protein, Soy Protein, Mushroom, Onion, Beetroot, Coconut Oil, Oats, Barley, Soy Protein Isolate, Gluten (wheat), Flour (wheat), Malt, Methylcellulose, Salt, Vinegar, Natural Flavour, Lemon Juice, Ascorbic Acid, Lactic Acid, Vitamin B12

The Moving Mountains® Burger – Cooked Nutritional Information Per 100g:

Energy 1011 kJ / 241 kcal

Protein 18.8 g (from Pea, Wheat & Soy)

Carbohydrate 1.6 g (naturally in plants)

– Sugar 0.3 g (naturally in plants)

Fat 15.9 g (found naturally in Coconut)

– Saturated 12 g (Coconut)

Fibre 8.3 g (found naturally in plants)

Salt 1.2 g (natural occurring & from natural flavouring)

Cholesterol 0 (ZERO)

 

COMPARISON WITH BEEF BURGER:

Beef Burger – Nutritional Information per 100g:

Energy 1042 kJ / 250 kcal

Protein 21.6 g

Carbohydrate 1.8 g

– Sugar 0.5 g

Fat 17.4 g

– Saturated 7.9 g

Fibre 0.5 g

Salt 1 g

Storage for restaurants– Keep Frozen -18 or below.

DO NOT re-freeze once thawed.

Directions for restaurants PLEASE READ.

All appliances vary, cooking instructions are provided as a guideline only. For best results cook from frozen. Ensure food is piping hot and cooked thoroughly prior to serving.

 Cook from frozen

  • Fry for 4-5 mins on each side, flipping regularly, on a medium heat with a generous amount of oil.
  • Do not pre-heat then re-cook.
  • Once thawed, do not refreeze.

Note: the burger could still remain pink in the centre when fully cooked from fresh or frozen.

Moving Mountains® Hot Dog

The Moving Mountains Hot dog is a revolutionary Hot Dog unlike any other plant-based frankfurter on the market. Food technology, incredible scientific processes, local natural ingredients and a lot of hard work are responsible for creating this game changing Hot Dog.

Ingredients include a healthy mix of sunflower seeds, carrot, onion and coconut oil. Sunflower seeds are rich in B complex vitamins, minerals and a high source of protein, and coconut oil contains anti-oxidants and medium-chain fatty acids (MCFAs) which are easily absorbed and metabolised, providing an immediate source of energy rather than being stored as fat. These ingredients are combined with a delicious naturally smoked flavour and satisfyingly firm yet bouncy texture, making the Moving Mountains Hot Dog look and taste just like a pork hot dog or frankfurter. It will fool even the most committed carnivores and convince them that a pig isn’t needed to make a dog.

At nearly a foot long, The Moving Mountains® Hot Dog is larger and more substantial than most hot dogs, and packs a meaty punch with no animals harmed!

For further good news, the Moving Mountains® Hot Dog is Gluten Free, making the product accessible to almost everyone.

Head over to our Locations page to see a full list of stockists.

  • vegan
  • gm_free
  • hormone_free
  • antibiotic_free
  • zero_cholesterol

Water, vegetable (carrot, onion), vegetable oil (coconut oil), sunflower seeds, natural flavour, carrageenan (red seaweed extract), dietary fibre (konjac root), methylcellulose, spice extract, salt, dextrose, spices, lactic acid, yeast extract, natural colour.

The Moving Mountains® Hot Dog – Nutritional Information per 100g:

Energy 607KJ / 146 Kcal

Protein 7.0g (from Sunflower Seeds)

Carbohydrates 3.0g (naturally in plants)

of which sugars 2.5g (naturally in plants)

of which starch 0.5g (naturally in plants)

Fat 9.0g (found naturally in Coconut)

of which saturated 7.7g (Coconut)

Fibre 3.2g (found naturally in plants)

Salt 1.2g (natural occurring & from natural flavouring)

Cholesterol 0 (ZERO)

 

COMPARISON WITH PORK HOT DOG:

Pork Hot Dog – Nutritional Information per 100g:

Energy 1174KJ / 284 Kcal

Protein 12g

Carbohydrates 2.0g

of which sugars 2.0g

Fat 25.0g

of which saturated 9.8g

Fibre 1.4g

Salt 1.6g

Storage for restaurants– Keep Frozen -18 or below. Can also be stored chilled with a reduced shelf life.

DO NOT re-freeze once thawed.

Directions for restaurants PLEASE READ.

All appliances vary, cooking instructions are provided as a guideline only. For best results cook from frozen. Ensure food is piping hot and cooked thoroughly prior to serving.

 Cook from defrosted

  • Cook all 6 hot dogs in their packaging in hot water for 15 minutes, but do not let the water boil
  • Optional: add some salt to the pan for a better taste experience.
  • Do not pre-heat then re-cook.
  • Once thawed, do not refreeze.

Moving Mountains® Slider

The Moving Mountains® Slider is a 2oz version of our Moving Mountains® Burger – smaller, but just as meaty and delicious!

Just like our burger, the Moving Mountains® Slider has zero cholesterol, antibiotics or hormones, and is made entirely from plants. The taste, texture and satisfaction is akin to to animal meat equivalents without the loss of a single animal life. This also means that it is a more sustainable alternative as plants require much less land and water to produce, and do not create as many greenhouse gas emission – it’s a win win win!

The Moving Mountains® Slider is great for smaller appetites, catering venues, mixed platters, restaurant starters, children’s menus and public sector catering.

Head over to our Locations page to see where you can grab some for yourself!

Are you a location wanting to stock? Contact us here!

  • vegan
  • gm_free
  • hormone_free
  • antibiotic_free
  • zero_cholesterol

Pea Protein, Wheat Protein, Soy Protein, Mushroom, Onion, Beetroot, Coconut Oil, Oats, Barley, Soy Protein Isolate, Gluten (wheat), Flour (wheat), Malt, Methylcellulose, Salt, Vinegar, Natural Flavour, Lemon Juice, Ascorbic Acid, Lactic Acid, Vitamin B12

The Moving Mountains® Slider – Cooked Nutritional Information Per 100g:

Energy 1011 kJ / 241 kcal

Protein 18.8 g (from Pea, Wheat & Soy)

Carbohydrate 1.6 g (naturally in plants)

– Sugar 0.3 g (naturally in plants)

Fat 15.9 g (found naturally in Coconut)

– Saturated 12 g (Coconut)

Fibre 8.3 g (found naturally in plants)

Salt 1.2 g (natural occurring & from natural flavouring)

Cholesterol 0 (ZERO)

 

COMPARISON WITH BEEF EQUIVALENT:

Beef Burger – Nutritional Information per 100g:

Energy 1042 kJ / 250 kcal

Protein 21.6 g

Carbohydrate 1.8 g

– Sugar 0.5 g

Fat 17.4 g

– Saturated 7.9 g

Fibre 0.5 g

Salt 1 g

Storage for restaurants– Keep Frozen -18 or below.

DO NOT re-freeze once thawed.

Directions for restaurants PLEASE READ.

All appliances vary, cooking instructions are provided as a guideline only. For best results cook from frozen. Ensure food is piping hot and cooked thoroughly prior to serving.

 Cook from frozen

  • Fry for 4 mins on each side on medium heat, flipping regularly, with a generous amount of oil.
  • Do not pre-heat then re-cook.
  • Once thawed, do not refreeze.

Note: the burger could still remain pink in the centre when fully cooked from fresh or frozen.