12 Brand-New Vegan Products on the Shelves

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The market for dairy- and meat-free foods has exploded with new goodies, from supermarket-own brand ranges to exciting new vegan products from well-loved companies.

Head to your local supermarket and grab some of these exciting new products:

Linda McCartney’s Vegetarian Pulled Chicken

Linda McCartney Vegetarian Pulled Chicken

Vegetarian favourite Linda McCartney Foods has expanded its vegan-friendly range with this new pulled chicken, a versatile ingredient for cooking.

Morrisons Meat Free Burgers


Grab a bargain at Morrisons with the new Meat Free Burgers, now suitable for vegans.

Oreo Mint and Strawberry Cheesecake Sandwich Biscuits

Antoine's day is made #oreo #oreos #oreostrawberry #oreomint #limitededition #snacks #sundayfunday #snacktime #junkfood

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Lovers of the “accidently vegan” snack favourite Oreos will be pleased to hear these two new flavours are dairy-free.

Sainsbury’s Meat Free Burgers and Meat Balls

Both of these supermarket meat-free alternatives are now vegan-friendly – perfect for some comfort food.

Marks & Spencer Made Without Dairy Chocolate Box

This isn’t just a dairy-free chocolate box, it’s an M&S dairy-free chocolate box. It includes orange truffles, sea salt caramel disks, blackcurrant truffles, and raspberry disks – yum!

Booja-Booja Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream

So glad I found this πŸ’• now that hunt for the other new flavours begins! πŸ™Š #vegan #veganfood #veganfoodshare #vegetarian #vegansofinstagram #vegansofig #whatveganseat #veganfoodporn #boojabooja #icecream #veganicecream #dairyfreeicecream #vegandessert #ukvegans #veganuk #dairyfree

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Luxury vegan brand Booja-Booja already offers a selection of indulgent cashew nut–based ice creams, but this new flavour will excite fans of retro raspberry ripple.

Sainsbury’s Freefrom Cheese

Sainsbury's brand new range of vegan cheese is hitting stores today! Have you tried it yet? Flavours include: – Cheddar. Orginal/Caramelised Onion – Wednesleydale with cranberries – Soft cheese. Original/Garlic & Herb – Greek Style

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Sainsbury’s is set to take the vegan cheese world by storm with the largest variety offered by any major supermarket, including cheddar-style, Wensleydale-style with cranberries, Greek-style, cheddar-style with caramelised onion, and soft-style in original and garlic-and-herb flavours.

Tesco Chocolate and Hazelnut Glitter Churros

Tesco Chocolate Churros

Vegan churros + glitter = a party no vegan would turn down. These desserts from Tesco are filled with chocolate and hazelnut sauce and cook straight from frozen.

Morrison’s 4U Free From Strawberry + Vanilla Cones and Chocolate + Vanilla Cones


With two classic flavours, these dairy-free cones are perfect for a quick snack.

Alpro Ice Cream – Coconut, Hazelnut Chocolate, and Vanilla

I'm still obsessing over this ice cream, it's just so good! I can't get over the fact that it's vegan, it's just so deliciously creamy and indulgent. There's a full review up on my blog if you want the hear even more about how wonderful it is (link in bio) πŸ’š ps, it's from Tesco! πŸ˜‹

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Veteran dairy-free brand Alpro is branching out from its classic selection of yogurts and has released three new flavours of ice cream. At Β£3.50 each, these tubs are available at Tesco stores around the UK.

Sainsbury’s Deliciously Freefrom Ice Dessert – Coconut Vanilla, Chocolate, and Strawberry

A little Saturday night treat ☺️ After a few months of YOLO eating and not tracking my food intake I'm now back to tracking and sticking to foods that don't flare up my intolerances. I'm already feeling loads better and not bloated after 6 days of eating well. ———————————————– #ifitfityourmacros #iifym #treat #freefrom #sainsburysfreefrom #freefromicecream #healthyeating #blueberries #dairyfree #coconuticecream #fitnessfood #healthy

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Sainsbury’s is extending its free-from range even further with a new selection of iced desserts in three classic flavours. At just Β£3 each, these creamy desserts are a steal!

Quorn Vegan Nuggets

Quorn Vegan Nuggets

Available soon in Asda, these new vegan-friendly nuggets from Quorn make a great fast food snack.


Have you tried any of these products? What did you think? Leave a comment below letting us know your favourites.


  • Mark commented on October 11, 2016 at 4:13 pm

    Hi, don’t forget the smaller companies supplying vegan food products too! Our YumEarth vegan sour jellybeans have just gone on sale in Wholefood Market stores and independent health food stores. The rest of our range is in the UK Also available at our website http://www.betterlittletreats.co.uk

    • Flo FFlach commented on October 25, 2016 at 10:31 am

      yes indeed looking at the local in west wlaes, I’ve just tried [fairly new company] Ice Green’s vegan gluten free ice cream http://www.ice-green.uk

  • Kate Kendall commented on October 11, 2016 at 9:21 pm

    The sainsburys cheeses are soooo nice melt nicely and just taste amazing!! So happy with sainsburys right now!! Xx

    • Cliqmo commented on October 20, 2016 at 1:23 am

      Do these really taste any good? I have tried half a dozen vegan cheeses and tbh they have all been really awful – the worst ones being coconut based which these sainsburys ones appear to be.
      I was a big ‘cheese head’ before going vegan 18 months ago and have considered that is may be part of my problem with the vegan versions. They just can’t replicate anywhere close ( and tbh all the ones I have tried have got something in them that actually makes me heave when I smell them to the extent I chucked some into the bin straight away).
      I have now been able to overcome any need for cheese by eating the odd handful of pistachio nuts as they give a similar savoury taste. And now, 18 months down the line, I don’t actually miss cheese whatsoever, but it would be nice to find a decent vegan one to top a cracker once in a while!

      • sue commented on October 20, 2016 at 10:30 am

        Kate have you tried violife slices or the range from vegusto. I buy some cheeses from holland and barret and there is a creamed cheese range with chilli, spring onions and chives, the chuive and chilli is addictive, different vegan cheeses I find serve different purposes, its the same as anything really. I also use vegan mayo, red sauce and salad cream. If you are on FB ask to join vegain only give me a shout and I will send you recipes to die for

      • Julie commented on October 20, 2016 at 12:42 pm

        Cliqmo, I’ve only been vegan about 3 months now, so I can’t say I’ve got vast experience on vegan cheeses, but my husband bought me the Sainsbury’s range at the weekend and the Cheddar style one is gorgeous in my opinion. I was pretty sceptical of a coconut cheese, so I was delighted that both my husband and I enjoyed it. I’ll update you as I go through the other flavours.

      • jim commented on October 26, 2016 at 10:30 am

        Make you’re own Cashew Cheese, this is one of the best books I have bought being a cheese head to and since becoming vegan these recipes take time, but are worth it !

      • Kyan commented on October 26, 2016 at 12:26 pm

        Yes! I tried the Wensleydale (very sceptically, I’d tried to make a vegan pizza one with the veegs-cheese and it was an outright assault to the senses) THIS cheese however, Daaaaaaaaamn tasty. It’s creamy and flavoursome with a nice balance between the fresh soft coconut flavour, and the berries.

        Truly tasty, give it a go! I’ll be trying the other varieties soon πŸ˜€

      • Patricia Gluska commented on November 26, 2016 at 8:09 pm

        Please try Vio Life. You can buy it at Waitrose in a block and at Sainsburys and Tesco in a block or slices. They both seem to favour the slices. THIS CHEESE absolutely DELICIOUS. Please try it.

      • Karen commented on November 27, 2016 at 11:06 am

        I was scarred by some vegan cheddar from Tesco, but after reading around, I nervously tried the Sainsbury’s vegan cream cheese (with garlic and herbs, but you can also get it without) and it was really good. You’d be hard pressed to tell that it didn’t have any dairy in it πŸ™‚

      • Abbie commented on December 3, 2016 at 11:20 pm

        The sainsburys vegan soft cheese spread tastes great. The cheddar was not so great and had a slightly sicky smell to it.

  • Su commented on October 12, 2016 at 3:22 pm

    Since Danone are now the owners of Alpro I don’t think PETA should be pushing them anymore.

    • Amby Stanyer-Hunter commented on October 18, 2016 at 10:09 pm

      By buying even more of a non dairy product from a dairy company, you are showing them where the real growth of the future is. These companies only care about profit, so if we show them that the future of profit is dairy free, it will reduce their interest in promoting dairy.

      I used to think the same as you.. then I got educated!

    • Hella commented on October 20, 2016 at 10:34 am

      totally agree, Su! It’s nonsensical to say ‘if we buy from companies that also abuse animals, we will show them where the growth of the future is’. They may or may not ever stop abusing animals,and I certainly would not want to give them my money to fund their huge animal testing policies and pro-dairy stance. We should all boycott big corporations such as Unilever,P&G,etc.,until they stop torturing animals!

      • SWY commented on October 25, 2016 at 3:03 pm

        I agree. Even if you can show them that their vegan products sell better than their non vegan products, I certainly do not want to line their pockets only for them to spend ‘vegans’ money’ on animal abuse and cruelty.

      • Ginadhm commented on October 27, 2016 at 7:26 am

        No the only thing is to Boycott all of Danone products until they stop abusing animals Sorry and I loved Alpro products!!

  • maureen kilner commented on October 12, 2016 at 4:26 pm

    Morrisons choc and vanilla cones r to die for in fact morrisons in my opinion have the best selection of vegan products sainsburys come a close second !

    • Amby Stanyer-Hunter commented on October 18, 2016 at 10:09 pm

      Tesco cones are way better and they have more variants!

    • bob commented on October 19, 2016 at 10:01 pm

      yeah deffo, the morrisons do more flavours too.
      our morrisons now has 5 veggie freezers with mostly vegan products, crazy considering its a fairly normal area with not that many vegans!

    • Ginadhm commented on October 27, 2016 at 7:30 am

      I wouldn’t promote Morrisons over Tesco or Sainsbury the ethics of all 3 are problematic. I know it is hard finding the variety of veggie/vegan food. Let’s hope the future makes it easier. Meantime look at the product not the store and find the best for you.

  • Rebecca commented on October 12, 2016 at 4:39 pm

    I have tried the Oreo strawberry flavour and they are very moreish. Looking forward to trying out the rest!

    • Cliqmo commented on October 20, 2016 at 1:17 am

      The strawberry Oreos are good and the mint ones taste like those old viscount biscuits we used to get as kids!

  • Judith commented on October 12, 2016 at 5:02 pm

    The more vegan foods that come on the market the easier it will be to change our eating habits

  • Elaine roberts commented on October 12, 2016 at 8:30 pm

    Sainsburys free from products are excellent.

  • Ap commented on October 13, 2016 at 6:55 am

    Sainsburys Free from cheese so good. Tasty with plum Chutney and crackers. Well done sainsburys

  • Rosemary neal commented on October 13, 2016 at 4:23 pm

    Sainsbury meatballs , are awsome , very good price , will be feeding 11, people on Sunday with them they go along way with a nice. Tomatoe sauce. , also the cornetos are yummy , I ate them all through the summer , it’s becoming easier to shop and cook ,with the products coming out , just need to open people’s eyes to the possibilities. And end this needless suffering

  • Sue Richardson commented on October 13, 2016 at 8:42 pm

    Why would any vegetarian or vegan want a product, pretending to be Chicken?

    • Amby Stanyer-Hunter commented on October 18, 2016 at 10:10 pm

      Because some people are vegan through ethics yet still want to eat familiar dishes…. Like fake fur!

      • kathy ferguon commented on October 20, 2016 at 7:11 am

        Well the words “pulled pork” and “pulled chicken” make me feel sick. So I couldn’t think of eating the vegan versions. They’ve made a mistake with these labels

      • Sue Maynard commented on October 25, 2016 at 10:30 am

        I agree that the labelling is wrong for vegans, but if it gets meat eaters to try it then it has it’s uses. Sounds awful, pulled pork and pulled chicken! I don’t think I will be buying it.

      • Ginadhm commented on October 27, 2016 at 7:33 am

        Yes a sales gimmick maybe to encourage meat eaters to eat more ethically, but it does put me off. They used to say chicken style, which at least allowed some distance Ahh well the way of the world

    • vegandy commented on October 19, 2016 at 11:08 am

      Because believe it or not, some of us used to like the taste of meat. If a product can replicate the texture and taste without an animal being murdered, then, well…. there’s your answer.

      • Helen Holmes commented on October 19, 2016 at 4:30 pm

        Absolutely! Each to their own. None of us in our family were raised as vegetarians so we have become used to a certain ‘format’ of eating, and we still like the taste of meat – that doesn’t have to just stop overnight. No one wants to feel deprived as that will lead to failure. Eating a hearty meal with foods that seem familiar but contain no dead animals works extremely well for us even though we enjoy all vegetable based meals as well. The more foods like this are available, the more likely people are to cut down their meat intake.

    • Linda A Gold Levy commented on October 19, 2016 at 5:36 pm

      Because some Vegetarians that still like the texture of meat wthout the cruelty

    • Cliqmo commented on October 20, 2016 at 1:16 am

      I hate the taste of meat which is why I went vegetarian over 30 years ago and am now vegan so agree with this aspect. All those pretend meat products are useless to me personally. However, I do see a place for them because it’s a good way to move people over towards being vegan as they can still get the meat tastes they are used to. If it can encourage meat eaters to eat vegan it’s helpful.

    • JILLY commented on October 25, 2016 at 12:02 pm

      The majority of us didn’t give up meat because we didn’t like the taste of it, we did it for the animals. Also these foods provide a variation to our diets, and if we live in a household with meat eaters, they can enjoy it too and no animal had to die.

    • Wendy Connor commented on December 3, 2016 at 1:23 pm

      Speaking for myself, I don’t dislike the taste of meat/dairy/eggs but can’t be a part of the abusive and cruel treatment of animals. We can meet full and complete nutritional requirements without using animals as a food source.

  • S commented on October 14, 2016 at 9:41 am

    The Oreo packets have ‘may contain milk’ written on them

    • Ruby commented on October 17, 2016 at 11:50 am

      The current recipe for Oreos in the UK is suitable for vegans, however they are labelled this way due to the possibility of cross contamination in the production process.

  • Charley commented on October 18, 2016 at 4:19 pm

    Great to see lots of new vegan products about. How about a feature on some of the excellent new products available in independent vegan-run shops? Apart from the Booja Booja ice cream all of these products are exclusive to supermarkets, and indie shops often stock a lot of interesting different products that supermarkets don’t have. Thanks πŸ™‚

  • janet commented on October 18, 2016 at 9:18 pm

    Am trying but tasted Quorne hot and spicey burgers ,binned them,Find cutting beef pork and lamb easy but chicken product replacements difficult.

    • Judith commented on October 19, 2016 at 11:48 pm

      I actually love these Quorn spicy burgers ! I love them on a sandwich and also with salad. It’s odd because I don’t usually like spicy food but I enjoy these.

    • Liz Farr commented on October 20, 2016 at 9:33 am

      Janet- try the chicken burgers Quorn- i dont eat the beef looking ones. Quorn. Never Heard of the hot and spicy Quorn But i do not like hot food ::-)


  • Andy Gelband commented on October 19, 2016 at 5:07 pm

    Very interested to try that Vegetarian Pulled Chicken….

  • julie commented on October 19, 2016 at 5:15 pm

    As a vegan or vegetarian – why do we need foods such as
    Linda Macartney Pulled Pork or Chicken- or chickenless burgers
    These products make me cringe with the naming
    Cant we just call them Vegan patties or something!
    There is nothing more repulsive sounding or off putting to me
    Why not call It what it is rather than what its not
    What about if we call all meaty burgers – vegetable free burgers?

    • Ginadhm commented on October 27, 2016 at 7:40 am

      Why not? Not everyone disliked meat type products. Many made a sacrifice and it just makes life easier.i used to make my own meals from scratch without using milk, eggs etc. It is not easy. And made going out and joining friends in a meal out whilst being a purist very difficult. Indeed Linda McCartney did produce recipes long before the company was formed. They were hard work and needed time. So now I am elderly I welcome the easy life.

      • Cassie commented on November 24, 2016 at 1:33 pm

        The biggest reason people don’t think they can go vegan is they “like the taste of meat too much!” or “could never give up cheese!”.

        These products got me to go vegan, because I had no idea how to make a good meal without meat! I now eat a tonne of plants but I wouldn’t have got here without fake meats. If they weren’t called vegan chicken or vegan burgers they would have looked like “weird vegan food” and I wouldn’t have tried them.

        If you want die-hard meat eaters to even consider trying, you’ve got to appeal to them with easiness and familiarity.

  • Jane gummery commented on October 19, 2016 at 5:22 pm

    Tried sainsbury free from original cheese spread. I liked it and will buy again. Tried the feta style not so impressed. Too tangy for me.

  • Valerie commented on October 19, 2016 at 7:18 pm

    I go to a huge Sainsbury’s and I’m lucky if they have a decent selection of vegetarian in the chill cabinet, let all be vegan.

  • Myra Bowman commented on October 19, 2016 at 8:02 pm

    I love the fact that supermarkets in Britain are getting more vegan products. I am waiting for them to get some extra thick vegan cream for deserts, scones etc. I have contacted Alpro who do a single cream and they have no plans to do a thick version. I have tried making it using Aquafaba but cannot get the texture or lasting abilities (it separates too easily). Any help on this one would be most appreciated. Thanks.

    • Tabitha Metcalfe commented on October 21, 2016 at 12:37 am

      I use a recipe from Skye Michael Conroy’s book “The Non Dairy Evolution cookbook” All his recipes for “cheese”, cream (thick and thin), butter and mayonnaise are astonishingly good and surprisingly easy…the ingredients are all available online… he has several other books on “eggz”, Seitan, using tofu, etc…..

      • Torvus commented on October 26, 2016 at 11:11 pm

        The butter recipe in Conroy’s book is just super, you’d never know it wasn’t real butter – so easy to make once you’ve got the ingredients. Who’d want to eat real butter after eating Conroy’s recipe?

    • Kc commented on October 25, 2016 at 11:51 am

      Have e,xactly the same requirement i.e. thick cream and or squirt y cream . Like you have searched and asked .have sent e-mail to BUTE who make new Sainsbury cheese they said they will pass to their dept. We will see.but obviously there is a demand

  • KT commented on October 19, 2016 at 8:34 pm

    It’s just a shame none of my local Sainsbury’s will stock the new vegan cheese, despite the local vegan group badgering them to get it in.

    • Charlotte commented on October 25, 2016 at 10:37 am

      Sainsburies are slack, that is why. Vegan options in their cafe are: chips, plain jacket, maybe a plain salad. And that is it. Any of the vegetarian options, are just that veggie, not vegan.

    • Ginadhm commented on October 27, 2016 at 7:45 am

      Many years ago we had to keep badgering to get a supermarket to supply, what we didn’t realise was that the smaller companies could not afford the shelf space or freezer space. Are you aware that the company has to pay a Supermarket to sell food. The positioning of the food also affects how much the supplier has to pay. The small convenience stores only seem the popular brands that can afford the extra shelf space etc.

      • KT commented on October 27, 2016 at 3:23 pm

        My two local Sainsbury’s aren’t convenience stores though! And they only seem to stock most of their own brands there anyway!

  • Gavin commented on October 19, 2016 at 9:08 pm

    My wife and I have been vegan for forty years this year and we are delighted that there is so much choice these days with more products coming on line continually. We used to have to melt a hard vegetable margarine and stir in soya flour and yeast extract to make a vegan substitute for cheese. Milk substitute came in a can from health stores and had to be diluted and was horrible.
    Things could so easily have gone the other way.

  • Cliqmo commented on October 20, 2016 at 1:28 am

    I have tried both the alpro chocolate- hazelnut ice cream and their coconut version – found them in my big tesco store. The are both pretty good! Not a massive ice cream fan to begin with but as it was good to see something vegan I kinda felt I should buy them!
    Note – if like me you only eat a bit at a time please be aware that their cardboard packaging easily gets squished in your freezer! If however you are an ice cream shoveller then they won’t last long enough to get squished!

  • Cliqmo commented on October 20, 2016 at 1:34 am

    Tesco glitter churro warning!
    I got these a few months back before they glittered up the sugar coating for Xmas and had no problem – just don’t cook em for quite as long as it says as they go too tough to bite!
    However, picked up a pack recently – hadn’t noticed they now come with added glitter! Cooked as usual then sprinkled over the glittery sugar. Omg the glittery sugar sticks to your baking tin like a kid ran a mock with a glue stick and a tub of glitter! This happened because I pretty much chucked the glitter sugar over as soon as they came out the oven so it would stick to them as they were hot. Didn’t think about the baking tray also being hot! So please put the churros onto a cold plate before sprinkling the glitter sugar to avoid being left with a glittery baking tray – can’t get the stuff off at all!

    • Ginadhm commented on October 27, 2016 at 7:47 am

      Many years ago we had to keep badgering to get a supermarket to supply, what we didn’t realise was that the smaller companies could not afford the shelf space or freezer space. Are you aware that the company has to pay a Supermarket to sell food. The positioning of the food also affects how much the supplier has to pay. The small convenience stores only seem the popular brands that can afford the extra shelf space etc.

    • Ginadhm commented on October 27, 2016 at 7:51 am

      Hi to clean baking tin try boiling some rhubarb in it for long time then cleaning

      Or if to have any borax? Or Astonish cup cleaner just use either with hot water in pan leave then clean

  • Stuart Davies commented on October 20, 2016 at 9:34 am

    These product may be being MADE, BUT here on Anglesey and the NW Wales mainland. Supermarkets are DX’ing Vegetarian & Vegan products because they are not shifting fast enough. Especially now the Christmas animal slaughter is upon us. Making room for dead animals and parts of animals for the religious festival. Try and get hold of any of the Violife cheese products (advertised on the Tesco website, but not in any of the stores here). How about Quorn or Herta hot dogs – like a treasure hunt with no treasure . The meat free section in Morrisons, Tesco and Asda is getting smaller. Some veggie products are mixed in amongst packaged animal parts and difficult to find. Staff are unaware of the location of others. Customer Services are at a loss to come up with anything. NOT HELPFUL!

  • Lynda gress commented on October 21, 2016 at 9:16 am

    The strawberry oreos in the picture are not vegan they contain milk!

  • Norma Stather commented on October 25, 2016 at 10:25 am

    Oh all looks delicious will try some

  • Charlotte commented on October 25, 2016 at 10:33 am

    Why do Linda McCartney products always say “vegetarian”. IF they ARE vegan friendly, then why are they not labelled as being Vegan?

  • Huggymare commented on October 25, 2016 at 10:50 am

    I just worry that much of this food is processed. I think we need to look at ingredient quality first and foremost. Many of these products have chemicals, sugars and hidden nasties which make them what they are. I just fear that whilst you are definitely making a good choice by being vegan, there needs to be education about what is actually in the vegan foods being eaten. I always say good ingredients really make a healthy change, and the foods are on the market if you look closely. For instance, try frozen grapes instead of processed ice cream – they taste like sorbet! That said, I am pleased that there is a change in attitudes – it’s a good start, and shows that the tide appears to be turning.

  • Shannon commented on October 25, 2016 at 10:57 am

    I’ve had the Morrisons Chocolate and Vanilla cones a few times because they are divine as is their Mango and Passionfruit sorbet. Looking forward to trying everything else and keeping fingers crossed that the new Vegan, Almond based Baileys will hit the shops in time for Christmas πŸ˜€

  • Charlotte Gare commented on October 25, 2016 at 10:58 am

    I tried the Morrisons burgers last- absolutely fabulous! Full of protein and fibre- so really healthy too!! A bargain at Β£1.50 for 6 burgers!! I’m really impressed- well done Morrisons!

  • Rita Zago commented on October 25, 2016 at 12:47 pm

    Alpro Hazelnut and Chocolate ice cream is better than any vegetarian ones!! I am vegetarian but I prefer thus one over all the rest. Really creamy and tasty with low calories as well. It’s a winner.

    I have just used the Pulled Chicken in a pasta bake and it worked really well. Also the Hoisin Duck is great tasting.

  • Sarah Bullock commented on October 25, 2016 at 2:40 pm

    How can the churros be vegan when they MAY contain traces of milk, my wife has a severe allergy to dairy and can’t even have anything that may contain milk

    • JILLY commented on October 26, 2016 at 11:04 pm

      For legal reasons they have to state that as the item is made in a factory that uses milk. It is more than their lives are worth to contaminate anything. It’s perfectly safe. If we didn’t eat the things that said May Contain on them, there wouldn’t be a lot left to eat.

  • Bryony commented on October 25, 2016 at 2:47 pm

    Tried the sainsburys ‘cheese’, very tasty, excited to try the rest.

  • val szilardy commented on October 25, 2016 at 3:24 pm

    I’ve just bought three of the new vegan cheeses from Sainsbury’s (they’d sold out of two types) – they are amazing! I’m so glad to have found these additions to my diet. The tastes and textures are wonderful.

  • Marie Hampton commented on October 25, 2016 at 4:07 pm

    Fabulous, makes vegan shopping much more enjoyable

  • Lizzie commented on October 25, 2016 at 6:45 pm

    Don’t forget to include Tesco new free from products they have many dairy free cheeses, yogurt/ desserts and Sainsbury’s grated vegetarian cheese!!! πŸ™‚

  • Michele Cullen commented on October 25, 2016 at 8:07 pm

    Excellent!!! Fabulous news.. So many people are now going vegan it’s great that the supermarkets are now realising the massive demand for vegan food. The USA is well ahead of the UK in choices for vegans. Nice to see the changes.

  • Sara commented on October 25, 2016 at 8:11 pm

    I can’t wait to try some of these.
    It was great to receive the email so I don’t have to read the ingredients list in the supermarket

  • Mike OLIVE commented on October 25, 2016 at 8:39 pm

    I have been a vegetarian since I was 7 years old, but decided to become vegan a year ago.
    I will be 80 in January! I have contacted many companies over the years about the inclusion of animal derived products, when there are alternatives. I was amazed that Basett’s Liquorice Allsorts and Worcester Sauce contain anismal derived products.
    I have also asked stores not to put meat free products among ‘cannibal’ products !
    Naming meat free products as ‘Chicken and Beef style sickens me and companies have received my comments. I am VERY surprised that Lynda McCartney has started to adopt this as well! Beans on toast used to be one of my main meals, so I am VERY glad that there are more vegan/vegetarian products being produced!

  • Heidi Siggers commented on October 26, 2016 at 12:05 pm

    Very disappointed that PETA advertise products containing palm oil.

    • Ruby commented on October 26, 2016 at 12:35 pm

      Hi Heidi,
      Our Vegan Starter Kit is palm oil-free & we regularly update other pages as more vegan & palm oil-free snacks become available.

      • Heidi commented on October 31, 2016 at 11:56 am

        Thanks for he reply, I’m pleased your kits don’t contain palm oil. however most of the products above do πŸ™

  • Amelia commented on October 30, 2016 at 6:32 pm

    Just had the Tesco churros and wow they’re amaaaazing. Would recommend very highly!

  • Gemma commented on November 22, 2016 at 6:32 pm

    The Sainsbury’s caramelised onion cheese is yummy. Best fake cheese I’ve tried so far.

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