Famous German dish gets a vegan upgrade.
At Volkswagen headquarters in Germany, the cafeteria no longer offers traditional currywurst – pork sausage topped with a spicy tomato-based sauce. The move is part of a company-wide commitment to stop serving meat from livestock factories by 2025.
Some of VW’s 48 canteens around the country already have animal-free currywurst on the menu, along with meatless burgers made from jackfruit and eggplant.
Dr. Herbert Diess, Chairman of the Board of Management of Volkswagen Group, firmly believes in the benefits of revising the firm’s recipes to be more plant-based. He said, “Good food is important; it is crucial for the health, the mood and thus also for the productivity of the employees.”
We applaud your forward-thinking strategy, Volkswagen! May industry leaders in all nations follow your example and promote more sustainable food options for their people, in the light of God’s wisdom.