Families To Embrace A Vegan Christmas After Chicken Truck Embraces Bridge
Bendigo Council has announced a “Bendi-go Vegan For Christmas” campaign after a local chicken farm truck crashed in to a bridge on the Calder Freeway at Keilor.
News comes that the company will be unable to meet demand for local families Christmas lunch due to only having one truck.
Charities will assist families in financial hardship with vegan Christmas hampers containing tofurkey, vegan gravy, vegan fruitcake and more.
Piggery’s and ham production factories have also embraced Bendi-go Vegan for Christmas and have planned to shut down production.
Bendigo Council is hiring a vegan Santa to legally break into every Bendigo home while riding on 8 carbon neutral reindeers and place eco-friendly toys under the tree.
Some people are boycotting Bendi-go Vegan and will bring fast food to their Christmas lunch and eat more appeasing food infront of family members just to make them jealous. Other adventurous people will enhance their Christmas lunch with other bird alternatives such as Rosalind Park Bat and Swooping Magpie.