Cork Woman Is Finalist in PETA’s ‘Hottest Vegan’ Competition
For Immediate Release:
31 July 2018
Jennifer White +44 (0) 20 7837 6327, ext 222; [email protected]
CORK WOMAN IS FINALIST IN PETA’S ‘HOTTEST VEGAN’ COMPETITION
Contest Finalists Will Battle for Top Honours and a Luxury European Cruise
Cork – What does Cork local Elisa Duarte Farias have in common with Jessica Chastain, Natalie Portman, and Ariana Grande? They’re all sizzling, sexy vegans! The Brazilian beauty beat out numerous other entrants to become one of eight female finalists in PETA’s UK and Ireland’s Hottest Vegan Competition 2018.
The photo is also available here.
Dietitian Farias’ life changed in 2012 when she met a vegetarian for the first time – she realised that as an animal lover, she needed to stop eating meat, and she ultimately chose to adopt a vegan lifestyle. “I was so unhappy before going vegan, and I believe it’s because deep down I knew it wasn’t right to eat animals,” she says.
“There’s nothing sexier than someone who is committed to helping animals and the environment, and it doesn’t hurt that vegans are, on average, healthier and more energetic than their meat-eating peers,” says PETA Director Elisa Allen. “Each one of the finalists in PETA’s contest is a living example of the strength and vitality that can come from vegan eating.”
To see photographs and biographies of all the belles and beaux selected as finalists, click here. The two winners of the annual contest – modelled, in part, after PETA’s Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrities contest, which has honoured Leona Lewis, John Bishop, Thandie Newton, David Haye, and many others – will each receive a trip for two on the luxury five-night Christmas Markets cruise on Germany and Switzerland’s Rhine and Moselle rivers, courtesy of Vegan Travel.
This year’s winners will be chosen based on several factors, including vote count, and will be announced by 13 August. See the full contest details here.
Farias is available for interviews. For more information and to vote in the contest, please visit PETA.org.uk.