New York, NY (PRWEB) February 18, 2014
PlantEaters, an iPhone app that helps you find vegetarian meals at restaurants around you, announced today that is has partnered with vegetarian bloggers from around the country to provide high-quality, expert ratings of vegetarian and vegan meals that they write about on their blogs.
When a blogger writes a review of meals at a vegetarian restaurant, or even just vegetarian or vegan meals they had at a non-vegetarian restaurant, they’ll also rate those meals on PlantEaters. The ratings will include a link to the original blog entry so that members of PlantEaters can click through to read a more in-depth review of the restaurant and meal.
With over 10,000 vegetarian and vegan meals, PlantEaters is quickly becoming the most comprehensive source of dining information for the veg crowd. Unlike other services, PlantEaters is focused on meals rather than restaurants. This opens up more dining options by uncovering all of the great vegetarian dining options increasingly being offered by non-veg restaurants.
As PlantEaters continues to grow, more meals are being added and reviewed by members of the community itself. The PlantEaters staff also continues to add meals from all over the globe. The partnership with veggie bloggers is a continuation of their commitment to helping vegetarians and vegans find great meals when dining out.
“With so many talented writers blogging about their vegetarian dining experiences, finding a way to bring that compelling content to the members of the PlantEaters community became a priority for us,” says founder David Hersh. “We’re truly excited about being able to include these expert ratings in the service, and are proud to support the bloggers in their efforts to expand the cause of plant-based dining.”
“We were very excited to discover PlantEaters. Their unique meal-focused approach is consistent with our own goal of helping people discover plant-based meals, wherever they may be,” says Danielle Bussone, co-founder of Veggin’ Out and About! “Our relationship with PlantEaters allows us to further our mission of helping travelers find plant-based meals while at the same time increasing our blog's readership.”
For more information, visit http://getplanteaters.com or email press(at)getplanteaters(dot)com. Bloggers interested in helping vegetarians find great meals, and promoting their blog in the process, can email support(at)getplanteaters(dot)com.