In what can only be described as a breakthrough in healthy eating, Premier Foods, manufacturer of meat substitute Quorn, has today announced the launch its latest product, 'Laard'. Using unused products which are reclaimed from the hugely successful meat industry, and then processed at their Hertfordshire production plant, Premier have developed a range of 'vegetables' in order to compliment their vegetarian range of meats - carrots made from bacon rind, lettuce made from chicken and onions made from beef are just a few of the new products available, as well as a family sized nut roast made from a combination of pork belly, veal and mutton.
Premier Foods have tied up a deal with supermarket Sainsbury's, which will see 'Laard' introduced at first under the Jamie Oliver brand, with Mr Oliver, chubby chef and the UKs leading voice behind healthy eating in schools gushing over the benefits of this alternative product, saying " mate, I can't wait to see this product on the shelves. I have put together a range of branded meals consisting of Quorn and Laard, which means both vegetarians and meat eaters alike can enjoy the benefits of these products without losing any of the weight gaining benefits associated with everyday meat and vegetables."
Another first for healthy living, in a move to get fat people into the gym, Asda are offering free sportswear in sizes XXL-XXXXXL, which can be found inside their stores under the 'JO' brand.