Why should you do the challenge?
There are many reasons why you should decrease the consumption of meat from your diet. This could be for health reasons, environmental reasons, animal suffering, world hunger or even to safeguard for your own health from the abuse of antibiotics by the livestock farming industry. Whatever the reason take a break from all meat (and fish) and help cleanse your body.
Livestock farming has a vast environmental impact and contributes to nearly 20% of human greenhouse gas production. 30% of the earth’s land surface is currently being used for livestock farming. Even by switching for one week you will be doing a mark let alone if you decrease your meat consumption.
Retailers & Suppliers
If you are manufacturer, importer or wholesaler of meat-free products and would like to make offers during Malta Meat Free Week contact us and join the campaign. Be part of this growing movement.
Restaurants & Cafés
If you own a food establishment you can offer a special meat free menu or selection during this week, or even make an offer on your existing meat free choices. We will gladly support and provide you with our Malta Meat Free week table tent cards, other promotional material and include you on our website.
Online shops participating
Events taking place …
28 OCT 2018
Pop-Up afternoon Tea Party
*POP UP AFTERNOON TEA PARTY* in the Bastions.
Join us for an afternoon of good food & drink whilst learning how to make fabric drawstring bags for your plastic free life. By Core Green; Organic & Fairtrade & Friends of the Earth
Consciousness Festival 2018
There will be a full music line up all performing live. Plus yoga, mindfulness sessions, Tai Chi and more. Supported by Malta Meat Free Week.
Latest from the Blog
Our site offers an extensive list of recipes that you can try out during Malta Meat Free Week. If you have a recipe that you have tried out and want to share it with us feel free to send it over on email@example.com with all the details and photos.
Wrap rolls with Hummus→ Simple easy to prepare food - Cooking instructions1. In a food processor combine the cooked chickpeas, olive oil, minced garlic, cumin, 1/2 tsp of salt, tahini and lemon juice until thick and creamy. 2. Add a dash of paprika. 3. Slice the...
Grain-free Seeded crackers→ These Gluten-free Seed Crackers are perfect topped with some avocado and tomato as an afternoon snack. - Cooking instructions1. Preheat the oven to 170°C. 2. Place all the seeds, sundried tomatoes and seasoning in a bowl. 3. Pour in water...
Vegan Chocolate Cake→ A really simple, yet very tasty Vegan Chocolate cake! - Cooking instructionsFor the Cake: Preheat oven to 160C. Prepare a 23cm cake tin with baking spray. Sieve twice the self raising flour, bicarbonateof soda and cinnamon. Add the salt and...
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