‘Where Do You Get Your Protein?’ PETA’s New Wallet Cards Provide the Answers!

For Immediate Release:
July 28, 2014

Sophia Charchuk 202-483-7382

It’s a question every vegan and vegetarian hears: “Where do you get your protein?” And now, PETA has created an easy tool to help answer that question:brand-new wallet cards that colorfully display some of the most common vegan sources of protein. The cards are now available to order for free on PETA’s website, and I thought you might be interested in sharing this new resource with your readers.

The wallet cards list foods alongside their protein content, such as black beans (15grams of protein per cup), soy milk (8grams of protein per cup—the same as cow’s milk, minus the cruelty to animals), and lentils (18grams of protein per cup). With these cards, it’s easier than ever to show friends and family how vegans get all the protein they need without the saturated fat and cholesterol found in animal products.

The wallet cards are available to order here.

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