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Meat Alternatives Media Coverage

TV

CBS Philadelphia (NB survey details reported are incorrect - our survey looked at a range of meat alternatives, not just meat free burgers)

Channel 5 News

Sky News

 

Radio

Sky Radio

UCB Radio

 

Print

iNews: Some 'healthy' meat-free options contain more salt than seawater (page 9)

Metro: Veg dishes found to be saltier than seawater (page 25)

The Daily Telegraph: Veggie burgers saltier than meat versions (page 6)

The Grocer: 'Halo slips: meat alternatives' salty surprise

The Guardian: Health chiefs told to act over meat-free alternatives 'saltier than seawater' (page 6)

 

 

Online

ABC Columbia: New study reveals truth about some meat free burgers

Aberdeen Evening Express: Meat-free alternatives 'concealing' high levels of salt

AOL.com: Meat-free alternatives 'concealing' high levels of salt

BBC News: Vegetarian meat substitutes ‘exceeding salt limits’

Bridgwater Mercury: Meat-free alternatives ‘concealing’ high levels of salt

BT News: Meat-free alternatives ‘concealing’ high levels of salt 

Catering Today: Vegetarian meat substitutes found to be ‘exceeding salt limits’

CBS Detroit: Meat-Free Burgers Contain More Salt Than Real Burgers

CNN: Meat-free burgers contain more salt than real burgers, survey shows

Consumer & Society: Is meat-free really healthier?

Drovers: Shamburgers: Shockingly Salty?

Egypt News: Vegetarian meat choices ‘exceed salt limits’

Elite Daily: Are Meatless Burgers Good For You? Here's What You Need To Know About Plant Based Patties

Farm Journal's Pork: Shamburgers: Shockingly Salty?

Farming UK: Meat-free products contain 'excessive amounts' of salt compared to meat

Food & Drink International: Excessive salt levels lurking in processed meat-free foods, survey finds

FoodBev Media: Some meat-free alternatives ‘saltier than seawater’ – study 

Food Ingredients First: “Excessive salt levels” found in meat alternatives, says UK campaign group

Food Navigator: 'Health halo' conceals high salt levels in meat alternatives: Action on Salt

Food Spark: Salty meat-free alternatives

Forbes: Meat-free foods have more salt than seawater

FOX News: Some meat-free alternatives have more salt than seawater, study finds

Global Citizen: Some Veggie and Vegan 'Meats' Are 'Saltier' Than Actual Seawater

Hereford Times: Meat-free alternatives 'concealing' high levels of salt

Huff Post UK: Huge Amounts of Salt Found In 'Healthy' Vegan And Veggie Food

iNews: Some vegetarian foods contain more salt than a McDonald’s Big Mac

InfoSurHoy.com: Some meat-free alternatives have more salt than seawater, study finds

Inquisitr: Survey Shows Meatless Burgers Contain More Salt Than Real Burgers

ITV News: Meat-free alternatives ‘concealing’ high levels of salt

Just Food: UK meat-alternative firms slammed by pressure group for ‘excessive’ salt content

Metro: Tesco veggie product contains more salt than you find in seawater 

News Australia: Meat-free food hiding high salt levels 

New York Post: Some meat alternatives are saltier than seawater

NT News: Meat-free food hiding high salt levels

Perth Now: Vegetarian meat options spark health warning

QMUL: 'Healthy' processed meat alternatives found to have excessive amounts of salt

Quality Food Awards: High levels of salt in meat alternatives, research found

Shropshire Star: Meat-free alternatives ‘concealing’ high levels of salt

Talking Retail: High levels of salt in meat alternatives, research finds

The Argus: Meat-free alternatives ‘concealing’ high levels of salt 

The Atlanta Journal Constitution: Those meatless burgers have more salt than real ones, UK report warns

The Australian: Meat-free food hiding high salt levels

The Daily Mail: The ‘healthy’ meat-free alternatives that contain THREE TIMES more salt than a large portion of McDonald’s fries 

The Falmouth Packet: Meat-free alternatives ‘concealing’ high levels of salt

The Grocer: Meat alternatives ‘concealing high salt levels’, says study 

The Grocer: Meat alternatives must shed the salt or shed their ‘health halo’ 

The Guardian: Some processed meat-free alternatives ‘saltier than seawater’

The Independent: Meat-free burgers ‘concealing’ high levels of salt, health campaigners warn 

The Irish Independent: Vegetarian products 'have more salt than seawater'

The Morning Advertiser: Veggie dishes contain 'excessive' amounts of salt

The NewDaily: Why vegetarian burgers have twice the salt and low-fat yoghurts are full of sugar

The Scotsman: Meat-free alternatives ‘concealing’ high levels of salt 

The Telegraph: Veggie burgers saltier than ones containing meat, study finds 

WLTZ First News: Survey: Meat-Free Burgers Less Healthy Than Real Ones

Worcester News: Meat-free alternatives 'concealing' high levels of salt

WPXI.com: Meat-free burgers are less healthy than real ones

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