Marks & Spencer has expanded its vegan 'Plant Kitchen' range to include mozzarella sticks and churros with chocolate | Totally Vegan Buzz

Marks & Spencer has expanded its vegan ‘Plant Kitchen’ range to include mozzarella sticks and churros with chocolate

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Marks and Spencer has added some exciting new products to its vegan Plant Kitchen range.

The initial launch last year saw 60 new vegan products introduced to UK high streets.

The UK supermarket has added churros with chocolate sauce and mozzarella sticks to its extensive Plant Kitchen range.

The range includes everything from ‘dirty vegan’ comfort food including Cauliflower Popcorn with Buffalo dip and Cashew Mac, to healthy meals such as Mushroom Stroganoff.

The brand has also introduced some vegan firsts to mainstream supermarkets, such as vegan coleslaw and potato salad.

It also introduced the first vegan-friendly sourdough pizza, using a ‘vegan house sauce’ which is available in two flavours; Margherita and BBQ Pulled Jackfruit.

The full M&S Plant Kitchen range now includes a BBQ Pulled Jackfruit Pizza, Mushroom Stroganoff, Cauliflower Popcorn, Lasagne, Green Thai Curry & Jasmine Rice,Mexican Supergrains, No Pork Sausages, Roast Aubergine with Herby Grains, Sweet Potato Katsu Curry, Sticky Teriyaki Tofu, Rainbow Veg Sushi Wrap, Spaghetti Bolognese, Sweetcorn & Chickpea Burger, Mushroom Pie, No Beef Burger, Sweet Potato Biryani Wrap and the Roasted Veg & Avocado Sandwich.

‘Mainstream’

April Preston, director of product development at M&S, said: “This is the year we’ll truly see plant-based food go mainstream

“We’re thrilled we’ve created a range which tastes as good as you’d expect from M&S, but is also vegan-friendly, so finally people don’t have to compromise on taste.”

What do you think of Marks and Spencer’s Plant Kitchen range? Tell us int he comments section below!

Published by Oli Gross

Oli Gross is a writer and editor at Totally Vegan Buzz. His background is in local newspaper and magazine journalism, and his work has included reporting court cases, celebrity interviews, business analysis, food and drink features and government legislation. Oli’s career and personal ethical values both help shape his reporting of the diverse world of veganism. At Totally Vegan Buzz he specialises in breaking news and features on animal rights activism. Follow him on Twitter @Oli_Gross12

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