Marks & Spencer has announced 2 new vegan products just in time for the summer barbecue season.
After adding an array of vegan delicacies to its ever expanding Plant Kitchen range in January, UK supermarket Marks and Spencer is back with 2 more offerings: Plant Kitchen Chorizo Puppies and The No Beef Burger.
Announcing the products on Instagram, the company wrote: “Say HELLO to this summer’s VEGAN must-haves! NEW Plant Kitchen Chorizo Puppies and The No Beef Burger. Both vegan-friendly and 100% DELICIOUS.”
Describing the items, the brand said: “The Chorizo puppies are made with mushroom, red pepper, soya, smoked paprika, roasted garlic, caramelised onion, roasted chilli and are SO tasty!
“Our NEW The No Beef Burger is a finely crafted recipe of soya, onion, red pepper and beetroot making them full of flavour.”
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Say HELLO to this summer’s VEGAN must-haves! NEW Plant Kitchen Chorizo Puppies and The No Beef Burger. Both vegan-friendly and 100% DELICIOUS, the Chorizo puppies are made with mushroom, red pepper, soya, smoked paprika, roasted garlic, caramelised onion, roasted chilli and are SO tasty! 👌🏻 Our NEW The No Beef Burger is a finely crafted recipe of soya, onion, red pepper and beetroot making them full of flavour – both the Puppies and the Burgers are suitable for freezing, so simply pick them up on your next weekly shop, and get your BBQ-ready for when the sun shines ☀️ • • • #thisisnotjust #mymarksfave #summer #vegan #vegansofig
M&S added that both the Puppies and the Burgers can be cooked on a BBQ, in the oven, as well as suitable for home-freezing.
The company’s Plant Kitchen range has grown extremely popular since its launch in 2018 and M&S is consistently developing innovative dishes in an attempt to offer more choices to customers looking for plant-based meals.
According to April Preston, Director of Product Development at M&S: “Veganism is a trend that we are absolutely loving at M&S.
“As our customers continue to experiment and adopt more flexitarian diets, we too are having fun creating new products to fit within this.
“Following the successful launch of our amazing Plant Kitchen range last year, we’ve turned the heat up and have challenged ourselves to create some of the best vegan-friendly products on the high street, focusing particularly on turning well-loved products into plant-based versions and celebrating vegetables in all their forms!”
The Chorizo Puppies is priced at £3.50 for 640g, and The No Beef Burger sells at £3.50 for 340g. The M&S supermarkets are currently operating, and offering daily deliveries.
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