No Meat March Plant-Based Sandwich Promotion to Benefit Yoga 4 Change
When: Friday, March 1st to Sunday, March 31st
Where: All Locations
“No Meat March” is a Jacksonville-based campaign presented by The Girls Gone Green that invites those curious about plant-based eating to go meat-free for a month. The 31-Day challenge supports participants with recipes, communications, and community events that explore the benefits of a plant-based diet.
“No Meat March” is about making a lifestyle change, and in support of that mission, we are partnering with local non-profit Yoga 4 Change to bring change to at-risk populations in Jacksonville. Today (Friday, March 1st) through Sunday, March 31st, we will donate 10% of the sales from our Beyond Meat Burger, Teriyaki Sandwich, Tofu Club, and Tofu Reuben to Yoga 4 Change. It is our goal to help bring their unique yoga curriculum to those looking to make lasting change in their lives as they work through addiction, post-traumatic stress, and other trauma.
We’re excited to align with a community partner that shares our passion for improving lives and invite you to try our incredible plant-based menu items as part of your “No Meat March” challenge and in support of Yoga 4 Change.
Here’s a closer look at the delicious plant-based options included in the promotion:
Teriyaki (V) Arto Moro Tempeh Co. tempeh in a teriyaki glaze. GYO Greens pea sprouts. organic pickled red onions. organic avocado. organic shredded red cabbage. house-made cilantro lime vinaigrette. hoagie roll.
Reuben (VG) (V) seasoned organic tofu. organic sauerkraut. swiss cheese. organic pickles. house-made secret sauce. rye bread.
Club (VG) (V) seasoned organic tofu + organic tempeh bacon. Traders Hill Farm romaine. cheddar cheese. house-made garlic aioli. 8 grain honey wheat.
Burger (V) Beyond Meat burger. Traders Hill Farm romaine. organic tomato. organic red onion. organic pickle. house-made secret sauce. kaiser bun.
About Yoga 4 Change
Yoga 4 Change is a non-profit organization that achieves meaningful change for veterans, incarcerated individuals, vulnerable youth, and those dealing with substance abuse. Their purpose-driven yoga program enables them to heal and empower these under-served populations, creating healthier, safer communities, one class at a time.