Twin brothers who run a popular vegan lifestyle brand have caused outrage with their apology video, after a backlash over claims they made that certain foods can reduce the risk of breast cancer.
David and Stephen Flynn, from Ireland, have built a vegan lifestyle brand to rival TV chefs with their own café, farm, product range and cookery books since starting out with a small shop selling vegetables in 2004.
The pair, who’ve racked up more than 593,000 followers on their Instagram account The Happy Pear, were forced to delete a video claiming that mushrooms and soya products can reduce the risk of developing breast cancer.
They have since divided opinion after filming themselves apologising for making the claims as some people accused them of being insincere and ‘smirking’ throughout.
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