Hog’s Breath steakhouse wins PETA vegan award
Australian steakhouse, Hog’s Breath, has won an award from animal advocacy group, PETA.
Hog’s Breath won the Proggy Award from the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) for a vegan burger recently added to its menu.
PETA’s Proggy Award recognises animal-friendly achievements in commerce and culture.
“A few years ago, some people might have thought that pigs would fly before you could order vegan food at Hog’s Breath Cafe,” said PETA Associate Director of Campaigns, Ashley Fruno.
“But times are changing, and even the most traditionally meaty places are changing with them,” she said.
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